Ronaldo without limitations in first training session

By TPN/Lusa, in Sport · 12-11-2019 14:48:00 · 2 Comments
Ronaldo without limitations in first training session

Portugal’s national football team had their first training session on Tuesday in preparation for Thursday's game against Lithuania in Group B for the UEFA EURO2020 qualifiers, in a session in which Cristiano Ronaldo participated without limitations.

In the first 15 minutes of training in Oeiras, which were open to the media, the captain of the national team warmed up together with the rest of his team-mates and showed that he did not have any physical problems.

Ronaldo was replaced in the last two Juventus games and the Italian coach, Maurizio Sarri, even said that the Portuguese had a problem on one knee.

At the start of training, the team manager Fernando Santos counted on all 24 players called up, who performed the usual warm-up exercises, with and without the ball. In this period, the three goalkeepers, as usual, worked separately.

After lunch, the Portuguese delegation travels to the Algarve, where on Thursday meets Lithuania at 7.45 p.m., in a match that will be refereed by French Ruddy Buquet. Three days later, the European champions play in Luxembourg, at the farewell of Group B.

The group is led by Ukraine (19 points in seven games), followed by Portugal (11 in six), Serbia (10 in six), Luxembourg (four in six) and Lithuania (one in seven).

In the event of a win in their last two games, Portugal will secure second place in the group and direct qualification for the final round of the next European Championship, regardless of the results achieved by Serbia.


hi there am john from kenya,my favorite person ronaldo i love that guy i which him all he best with tomorrow match.

by johnny from Other on 13-11-2019 12:18:00

love football

by Osamamehmood from Other on 13-11-2019 08:28:00
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