Last night The Serbs defeated Portugal to steal an automatic World Cup spot from Portugal. That just shows how Challenging this year has been for Ronaldo.

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From Juventus

At 36, the Portuguese international wanted more and that was why he had to change clubs this summer. Andrea Pirlo’s Juventus failed on all accounts last season.

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They couldn’t capture the Scudetto, almost didn’t qualify for the Champions League. However, Cristiano Ronaldo’s goals helped the Old Lady continue in Europe this season.

The return of Maximiliano Allegri brought belief back into the Juventus squad. However, Cristiano was not convinced that they can challenge the big boys for the Champions League Trophy. Then he decided to leave.

To The Euros

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The Portuguese forward almost had the perfect summer. However, despite winning the Golden Boot award at the Euros, Ronaldo made a questionable decision to move back to England.

To Manchester

Perhaps the move that has contributed more to Ronaldo’s sadness this year was his decision to rejoin Manchester United. United are the correct definition of a struggling team.

Despite his form for club and country this year, Cristiano Ronaldo has just been unlucky. Aleksandar Mitrovic’s 90th-minute winner just emphasized that point.

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He was Serie-A’s too scorer in a bad Juventus team, he was the top scorer at Euros, but Portugal crashed out early. He has also been bailing Manchester United out regularly this season, but wins are not just coming.

It shouldn’t be a question of his quality, Ronaldo has delivered this year, he just hasn’t had much luck this year. Next year offers new opportunities, maybe he’ll be luckier to dominate with his teams and individually.

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