Cristiano Ronaldo deletes sweary rant about COVID test

Cristiano Ronaldo deletes sweary rant about COVID test

Champions League: Koeman's Barcelona too strong for Juventus - Football Oranje

Messi and Ronaldo were on course to meet in the Champions League group stage round for the first time until the Portuguese worldwide tested positive for the illness.

On Tuesday, Juventus refused to comment on Italian media reports that Ronaldo's latest test was still positive for COVID-19. Messi made sure of the victory late on with a penalty.

Cristiano Ronaldo deletes sweary rant about COVID test

The victory over Napoli was only handed to them after their opponents failed to make the trip to Turin on October 4 following two positive coronavirus tests. Juventus (1-1) is in second place in the group.

The Bianconeri will be without their star player as they face Barcelona in a game that would have been Ronaldo come up against Lionel Messi in the Champions League for the first time since 2011.

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Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has been included in the list hours before kick-off having been uncertain with a thigh injury, with captain Giorgio Chiellini still out.

Lionel Messi has scored 35 goals in the Champions League.

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Juve - once again without the self-isolating Cristiano Ronaldo - were largely second best to Ronald Koeman's side throughout but will feel hard done by after Alvaro Morata had three efforts ruled out for offside. A VAR review then denied him for a third time on 55 minutes. Officials later ruled that Juventus' Federico Bernardeschi fouled Barcelona striker Ansu Fati in the box in the 90th minute.

Barcelona defeated Juventus by 2-0 at the Allianz Stadium in Turin as the Spanish club got the better of Italian giants in the Group G match of UEFA Champions League 2020-21.

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Arthur Melo, Morata, Weston McKennie and Federico Chiesa were among the new arrivals, while several first-team regulars including Pjanic, Gonzalo Higuain, Blaise Matuidi, Douglas Costa and Daniele Rugani left either permanently or on loan. Their next chance is December 12, when Juventus and Barcelona will play their return match.

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