LagaPoker -Juventus vs Napoli, the history of Cristiano Ronaldo on penalties

Cristiano Ronaldo’s determination to take Juventus’ fifth penalty backfired last night after the Old Lady lost their Coppa Italia final. The Italian champions drew 0-0 with Napoli after extra time before a tight match headed towards the dreaded penalty shootout.

Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik scored the winner from 12 meters to seal a 4-2 win after Paulo Dybala and Sebastiano Luperto missed out on Juve. Complete info visit LagaPoker

But Ronaldo’s insistence on taking the headlines and scoring the final-kick appeared to be blocking Juve’s chances of lifting the title. That’s because the contest was over before the Portuguese superstar even had a chance to score from the penalty spot. He has even been accused by people on social media of placing his ego above his teammates by wanting to steal glory. It was not the first time Ronaldo has been involved in such an important crossfire without taking a kick himself.

At Euro 2012, Portugal crashed out of the competition in the semi-finals to Spain after a penalty shootout. Moutinho missed the opener while Spanish Xabi Alonso also missed. Surprisingly, defenders Pepe and Bruno Alves took the lead over Ronaldo in the penalty sequence with the latter missing his shot.

It was the same situation in the Confederations Cup semifinals when Portugal met Chile. Ronaldo’s side missed all their penalties in a 3-0 defeat before Germany went on to lift the trophy. Quaresma, Nani and Moutinho all missed from 12 yards with the sensational Claudio Bravo saving all three kicks.

The 35-year-old famously missed United’s third penalty in the 2008 Champions League final. The winger was forced to make the long journey back into the center circle amid torrential rain as Chelsea approached to lift the Champions League title. But he had to thank John Terry after the defender seized the opportunity to score the winning penalty which allowed United back into the contest.

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s determination to take Juventus’ fifth penalty backfired last night after the Old Lady lost their Coppa Italia final. The Italian champions drew 0-0 with Napoli after extra time before a tight match headed towards the dreaded penalty shootout.

Napoli’s Arkadiusz Milik scored the winner from 12 meters to seal a 4-2 win after Paulo Dybala and Sebastiano Luperto missed out on Juve. Complete info visit xxxxx

But Ronaldo’s insistence on taking the headlines and scoring the final-kick appeared to be blocking Juve’s chances of lifting the title. That’s because the contest was over before the Portuguese superstar even had a chance to score from the penalty spot. He has even been accused by people on social media of placing his ego above his teammates by wanting to steal glory. It was not the first time Ronaldo has been involved in such an important crossfire without taking a kick himself.

At Euro 2012, Portugal crashed out of the competition in the semi-finals to Spain after a penalty shootout. Moutinho missed the opener while Spanish Xabi Alonso also missed. Surprisingly, defenders Pepe and Bruno Alves took the lead over Ronaldo in the penalty sequence with the latter missing his shot.

It was the same situation in the Confederations Cup semifinals when Portugal met Chile. Ronaldo’s side missed all their penalties in a 3-0 defeat before Germany went on to lift the trophy. Quaresma, Nani and Moutinho all missed from 12 yards with the sensational Claudio Bravo saving all three kicks.

The 35-year-old famously missed United’s third penalty in the 2008 Champions League final. The winger was forced to make the long journey back into the center circle amid torrential rain as Chelsea approached to lift the Champions League title. But he had to thank John Terry after the defender seized the opportunity to score the winning penalty which allowed United back into the contest.

Updated: November 25, 2020 — 8:53 am