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Cristiano Ronaldo Sister Elma Aveiro aimed at Maurizio Sarri

Cristiano Ronaldo Sister Elma Aveiro aimed at Maurizio Sarri
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Sister Elma Aveiro of Cristiano Ronaldo aimed at Maurizio Sarri after Juventus lost the penalty finals of Coppa Italia against Napoli.

After a goalless an hour and a half where Sarri ‘s men attempted to carve out any clear chances, Gennaro Gattuso ‘s side triumphed, while Napoli was unfortunate not to score a champ late in the game.

The defeat was the first time Ronaldo has ever lost progressive finals in his career, with Luca Toni reprimanding Portugal forward for his performance.

Be that as it may, Elma has leaped to the barrier of her sibling on social media as she slammed the tactics of Sarri and pleaded for the Juventus teammates of Ronaldo to step up.

“What more can you do? My affection, you can not perform miracles alone. I don’t understand how you can play that way. You can’t do it anymore, hold your head up anyway,” she composed on Instagram.

After arriving in Turin Sarri is no stranger to the analysis of his style of play and revealed last year that he regularly felt like he was made out to be a fear-based oppressor.

“I was characterized as a Taliban because I always wanted to play my football, well that’s bad enough because I’m adapting to my players’ various characteristics,” Sarri said.

Following the loss of Wednesday’s Coppa Italia final, Juventus will start their Serie A campaign with another league title in their sights on Monday.

Sarri ‘s side, after 26 games, is one point clear of Lazio and come back to the league action against Bologna.

Before the pandemic coronavirus stopping football in Italy, Juventus claimed a crucial 2-0 win over Inter, who is currently third in Series An and the league leaders’ nine points modest.

Sarri surrendered his side has yet to display their best since the authorized break since failing to score against Napoli midweek.