With Juventus nearing a record 36th Serie A title, it’s star forward Cristiano Ronaldo shared his new hairstyle inspired by teammate Juan Cuadrado.
Cristiano Ronaldo (Reuters Photo)
- Ronaldo unveiled his new curly hair style in an Instagram picture with Juan Cuadrado
- Ronaldo has found his form once again and has scored in successive league matches
- Juventus is bidding for its ninth successive and 36th overall Italian title
Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo is probably one of the most fashionable sports person on the earth. Widely recognized as one of the most stylist football icon, Ronaldo has embraced many different styles when it comes to his hair, from frosted tips to shaved lines.
However, when Ronaldo rose to fame back in early 2000s, his hair was not as heavily styled as we see today, rather it was messy all around and looked bulky.
On Tuesday, Ronaldo took to his social media accounts to share his new look, and revealed a fresh and rather extravagant hairstyle, with curled hair put up.
In the post, Ronaldo can be seen posing with his Juventus teammate and Columbian footballer Juan Quadrado, who shared a similar hairstyle, with a caption: “What do you think about my look like my brother Panita?!”
What do you think about my look like my brother Panita ?! pic.twitter.com/OUpYQApFfT
— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) June 29, 2020
Meanwhile, Juventus opened up a four-point gap over Lazio as they chase a ninth consecutive Serie A title, and the good atmosphere in the dressing room is apparent.
The Portuguese star, who is back in Italy for football action, spent the lockdown in his native Madeira with his family.
Last week, Ronaldo became the highest-scoring Portuguese player in Serie A history.
Ronaldo went past former Portuguese midfielder Rui Costa in this particular list following his penalty during Juventus’ 2-0 victory over Bologna on Monday.
Ronaldo has now scored 43 goals in 54 Serie A matches since his transfer to the Turin-based club in 2018 from Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Serie A, which remained suspended from March 9 to June 20 due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, will end it’s current season on August 2.