Ronaldo asks for sub following leg injury for Portugal
Juventus supporters will be hoping their hero is keeping it safe rather than sorry.
Cristiano Ronaldo has left Portugal’s EURO 2020 qualifier with Serbia after sustaining an injury in the first half at the Estadio da Luz on Monday.
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The 34-year-old pulled up mid-run and asked to be taken out of the game around the half-hour mark, with Portugal trailing Serbia 1-0 on a Dusan Tadic penalty.
Ronaldo went 90 minutes against Ukraine last week in his first Portugal appearance since Uruguay eliminated the EURO 2016 champs from the 2018 World Cup.
Juve has a 15-point lead on Napoli with 10 matches to play in the Serie A season, and won’t begin its next UEFA Champions League round until April 10 at Ajax.
Rafa overhits pass to captain, Ronaldo starts sprint, immediately pulls up and immediately asks to be subbed off. Ronaldo off, Pizzi on. Portugal 0-1 Serbia, 30'— Tom Kundert (@PortuGoal1) March 25, 2019