Ronaldo Said He’s Happy With Juventus ‘More Attacking’ Aproach

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Cristiano Ronaldo acknowledge Juventus has become more confident under new boss Maurizio Sarri / Photo file: AFP

Juventus hot forward and one of world best players, Cristiano Ronaldo has giev coach Maurizio Sarri a vote of confidence Monday when he stated his feelings on the “more attacking” approach the team adopted following coach Sarri’s arrival.

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“I think the team is getting better. We are getting more and more confident. We are playing a different brand of football, more attacking. I like the way he (Sarri) wants the team to play. We are creating more opportunities, we have more confidence in ourselves, I’m happy with these changes. Maybe we could score a little more but I’m proud of what we are doing,” said Ronaldo on the eve of Juve’s Champions League Group D meeting with Lokomotiv Moscow.

Ronaldo has scored five goals this season in nine matches and was on aim at the weekend when Juventus beat Bologna 2-1 to consolidate top spot in Serie A.

“My role hasn’t changed, perhaps I have a bit more freedom. I am happy because, bit by bit, we are getting to where Juventus ought to be. We have a difference coach, a different system, new players. We changed in order to improve,” he said.

Cristiano Ronaldo, last week scored his 700th career goal while playing for Portugal, joing a few other world stars who scored that much and a little more during their career.

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“That’s already in the past. I want to move on, reach new heights to help the team. I want to play and help the team win trophies.

“Of course I am proud of the individual records but the priority is to win games for Juventus and Portugal.”

The Italian giants top Group D in the Champions League after drawing with Atletico Madrid and defeating Bayer Leverkusen in a 3-0 game.

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