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Ronaldo silences critics with ' perfect' hat-trick

Serie A 

Result: Cagliari 1-3 Juventus 

Date: 14 March 2021 

Scene: Sardegna Arena 

Cristiano Ronaldo quieted his faultfinders in the wake of stowing a first half-stunt, to control Juventus back to winning courses in Serie An on Sunday night. 

Ronaldo featured Juventus' firing line-up, after their appalling UEFA Champions League exit to FC Porto on Tuesday evening. 

The Portuguese star broke the halt in no under ten minutes subsequent to rising most noteworthy, to head Juan Cuadrado's corner-kick past goalkeeper Alessio Cragno. 

Alvaro Morata, who highlighted in the midweek capitulation, botched a major opportunity to twofold Juve's lead at the halfway point with a hesitant endeavor at Cragno from a ball by Federico Chiesa. 

It was then left to Ronaldo five minutes before the half-hour imprint to twofold their count from the punishment spot, after he won a foul from Cragno in the six-yard territory. 

The Portuguese genius finished his cap stunt after he got a ball from Chiesa following a counter-assault a little ways, from the half-hour imprint to work a plot for a created get done with his left foot to make it an ideal cap stunt. 

A replacement from the Old Lady followed two minutes after the fact when Alex Sandro cleared a path for Federico Bernardeschi, as Morata botched another reasonable opportunity thereafter. 

Cagliari applied extreme tension on the Bianconeri 12 minutes following the restart, as goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny delivered a sublime save to frustrate a shot from Razvan Marin. 

In any case, the Pole was penetrated following three minutes when Giovanni Simeone associated with a cross from Gabriele Zappa for a brilliant header. 

Juventus were cut open again towards all day after Gaston Pereiro shut in, with a shot across the furthest corner, anyway the bosses parried to get triumph eventually.

Source: Soccer Laduma

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