Juventus Star Cristiano Ronaldo Emerges Second Fastest Player In Serie A

Juventus Star Cristiano Ronaldo Emerges Second Fastest Player In Serie A

The Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has been ranked among the top ten fastest players in Serie A.

Cristiano Ronaldo 34-year-old has been ranked the second fastest player in the Italian Serie A behind Napoli defender Kostas Manolas, reports in Italy claim.

According to Italian news media outlet La Gazzetta dello Sport quoting Football Italia, Cristiano Ronaldo’s the speed was set at 34.62km/h while the Greek defender slightly beats the 34-year-old with a pace of 35.41km/h. Simone Zaza of Torino came third recording a top speed of 34.56km/h living Roma’s Gianluca Mancini in the fourth position with 34.46km/h time.

Atalanta’s Berat Djimsiti came fifth with 34.26km/h, while Fiorentina’s right-back Pol Lirola, who covers a speed of 34.13km/h came sixth.

Ronaldo showed his lightning quick pace from one 18-yard box to another during Juventus 4-3 win over Napoli at the Allianz Stadium.

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The Bianconeri set up a counter attack in the 15th minute as the Juventus star darted up the field with a consistent level of pace just like he did during his teenage days with Manchester United.

Cristiano Ronaldo moved from one box to another within ten seconds in a speed of 33.12 km/h as Juventus turned defence into attack in quick fashion.

The Mirror reports citing Football Leaks (via Der Spiegel ), Ronaldo was at the middle of a storm over sponsorship between sports kits giants Nike and rivals Adidas, but opted to pen a 10-year extension with the former in 2016.


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