Antonio Cassano, the former Real Madrid player, hit very hard at Juventus Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo due to his behaviour when it comes to the club. Antonio Cassano called Ronaldo7 ‘selfish’ and moreover, he said that he does not even “give a damn” when it comes to his teammates scoring goals. Ronaldo was criticized due to his behavior.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo has loved an efficient campaign with the Old Lady — offering 23 goals and 4 assists in all competitions.

However, no matter Cristiano’s prolific form, Juventus have continued a lacklustre season. Their Serie A defence seems to be in tatters as inconsistent outcomes have left them fourth withinside the table — 8 points in the back of leaders Inter Milan.

On Wednesday’s match, Pirlo’s players were against Porta during their first leg of the Champions League Round of 16 tie. On this night Ronaldo was very much criticized for his performance. But most surprisingly  Portuguese got this match with a 2-1 victory.

PORTO, PORTUGAL – FEBRUARY 17: Zaidu Sanusi of FC Porto laughs at Cristiano Ronaldo of Juventus during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16 match between FC Porto and Juventus at Estadio do Dragao on February 17, 2021 in Porto, Portugal. Sporting stadiums around Portugal remain under strict restrictions due to the Coronavirus Pandemic as Government social distancing laws prohibit fans inside venues resulting in games being played behind closed doors. (Photo by Jose Manuel Alvarez/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

Cassano on Ronaldo

When Cassano talked with Christian Vieri on Twitch then he labelled our champion Ronaldo7 as ‘selfish’.

“He scores a goal per game, it’s true, but he struggles with Andrea’s idea. He’s always been a bit selfish, he doesn’t give a damn about others scoring goals,” the 38-year-old said.

“I have always said, even though he is a phenomenon and has scored a billion goals, that with Andrea Pirlo’s idea of football he could run into difficulties.

PESCARA, ITALY – OCTOBER 11: Antonio Cassano of Italy celebrates after scoring the opening goal of the UEFA EURO 2012 group C qualifying match between Italy and Northern Ireland at Adriatico Stadium on October 11, 2011 in Pescara, Italy. (Photo by Claudio Villa/Getty Images)

“He’s the kind of player that lives to score, not for the game, for the great match.

“He lives to score and in this moment the situation is getting worse. The years pass for everyone and he is having difficulties.

“The paradox is that Juventus have bought a player who has won five Champions Leagues but has so many difficulties in the Champions League.”