Portuguese Federation Announced “Cristiano Ronaldo has tested Positive for Corona Virus”

Portuguese Football federation Announced o Tuesday, Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for COVID-19. He is asymptomatic and will not able to play against Sweden in Wednesday’s Nations League match.

As we all know, Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is 35 years old and included in the world’s top player fiver times. He played the match against France on Sunday and scored 101 goals for Portugal.  No doubt, there will be a huge absence for his team against Sweden.

Not only this match, maybe Ronaldo can not play for the Juventus Champions League group with Barcelona due to positive test results. These matches have been held on 28th October that was set against his old rival Lionel Messi. People were so excited to watch them together in the playground.

Ronaldo has starred for Manchester United, and Real Madrid is the highest-profile footballer to test positive for corona.  The pandemic has been killed millions of people this year. Now everyone is praying that Ronaldo recovered as soon as possible.

On the other side, Paris Saint Germain teammate Kylian Mbappe and AC Milan Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic have also tested positive recently.

We don’t know how long Ronaldo will be out, but Juve can win the next two games without him too. The team features the other two amazing players Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata.

Well, two non-playing and coaching staff at Juventus also went into isolation after testing positive. However, medical and technical staff were able to work in isolation after the results became known.

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