Believe It Or Not, Cristiano Ronaldo Is 33 But Has The Physical Capacity Of A 20-year-old

Being an ardent football fan we cannot take it anymore, after the exit of Portugal from the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Cristiano Ronaldo has yet again left all the football fans across the world in a state of shock after it was announced that he is leaving the club to join Juventus.

According to sources, the Real Madrid star was so rejoiced and excited to join Juventus that he gave Rs. 16 lakh as a tip to the hotel staff in Greece, where he was holidaying with his family members.

Well, the Portuguese superstar had joined la Vecchia Signora for a whopping amount of £105million to terminate his 9-year association with the Spanish club.

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While the fee might be very expensive, considering the former Manchester United man is now 33 but Ronaldo’s medical test with Juve justifies the reason behind this massive deal. Well, the medical report reveals that the striker’s physical capacity is similar to that of a 20-year-old.

According to reports, Ronaldo  he can apply the same amount of physical pressure on his body equal to a player who is around 13 years junior to him.

Well, the statistics were calculated using his body fat, his muscular mass and speed. As per the reports, he has 7% body fat, 50% muscular mass and recorded a top speed 33.98km at the World Cup which is considered to be the fastest in the tournament.

At the FIFA World Cup 2018,  Ronaldo was clocked running at 33.98km which is fastest by any player at the tournament.

Shall we justify over here that Ronaldo is just a year older than Kylian Mbappe?

Meanwhile, Ronaldo has now silenced his critics who had predicted that the world cup could be Ronaldo’s last world cup in Russia.

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