Juventus boss Sarri blame Ronaldo for Coppa Italia defeat to Napoli

Cristiano Ronaldo was blasted by Sarri after the defeat to Napoli

Maurizio Sarri, who is the curator of Juventus, strongly stated that Christiano Ronaldo lacks sharpness after his team’s painful defeat to Napoli in the Italian Cup final.

With players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala in their squad, many fans expected Juventus to be able to beat Napoli by a large margin.

But the old lady failed to score in the 90th minute, and even Napoli had a chance to score the winner in the end before the match went to the penalty area.

On Wednesday evening, June 17, Napoli won the Italian Cup final with a score of 4: 2, with Cristiano Ronaldo not playing a single penalty.

Paulo Dybala, who had chances to score in the first half, and Danilo both missed their penalties for Juventus in a tight contest.

As a result, Ronaldo lost a consecutive final for the first time in his career after his team also suffered a defeat to Lazio in the super Cup last year.

Cristiano Ronaldo: Sarri argues that the Portuguese did not have enough intensity after defeat from "Napoli"

“He’s in the same shape as others like Paulo Dybala and Douglas Costa, he doesn’t have the sharpness to do what works best for him.

I didn’t say much to the players after the game. I was as angry and frustrated as they were, so it’s best to keep quiet at times like this. We’ll talk better tomorrow morning, ” Sarri told Rai.

Juventus will now focus more on their chances of winning the Serie A title this season after losing to Coppa Italia.

He reported how Napoli Vs Juventus was decided on a penalty after a 0-0 draw, as the team from Naples emerged as the Coppa Italia winner with a score of 4: 2.

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Juventus conceded the first two penalties from Paulo Dybala and Danilo, while Lorenzo insigne and Politano converted their respective chances.

Napoli started the game on a bright note when Lorenzo insigne’s free-kick hit the post in the 24th minute and Gianluigi Buffon was completely beaten.

Shortly before the break, insigne was again on hand to force Buffon into a fine save after a not-quite-cleared corner landed him just outside the 18-yard box. “Bianconeri” is not checked the goalkeeper of the opponent throughout the first period as both teams went into the break with a goalless draw.

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