AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso calls Cristiano Ronaldo a 'perfect machine'

AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso calls Cristiano Ronaldo a ‘perfect machine’

The Supercoppa Italiana final attracted the global attention like never before as Cristiano Ronaldo is participating in this highly-anticipated match for the first time tonight. Media already felt the craze of this match after all the tickets of Italian Supercup sold out in just three hours. It seems no one wants to miss their chance to witness Cristiano Ronaldo live.

And now, AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso adds to the sensation as he called Cristiano Ronaldo a “perfect machine” right before their tonight’s clash against Juventus in UAE. Ronaldo already proved his worth in the Bianconeri squad as he already scored 15 goals in 25 matches since joining the side in July last year.

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The football pundits all over the globe also declared Juventus as the favorite of the Supercoppa Italiana this year. Besides, they are also the prime contender of the Serie A as they are now having 53 points in 19 matches without facing any loss as of now. Their coach Allegri already thanked the Portuguese star for his contribution and also called Cristiano Ronaldo ‘serene’.

Besides Massimiliano Allegri, AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso now also praised the 33-year-old Portuguese international as he believes Cristiano Ronaldo has developed himself into the “perfect machine”. He said, “I think Cristiano has become an incredible player over the last seven or eight years.”

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Gattuso said “When I met him a few years ago he was doing a lot of show but now he stopped doing it a while ago. Now, he does everything with vehemence, attacking with depth,” and then added, “He wants to score and wants to give you hard times and put the ball into the net.”

The AC Milan coach also said “He has changed in the last seven or eight years, now he is the perfect machine. The older he gets the more he sprints,” and then further added, “He seems a bloke without age, here you understand what kind of top player he has been over the last eight years.”

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