Juventus talisman, Cristiano Ronaldo, is aiming to ‘conquer Italy, Europe and the world’ in his third season with the Bianconeri. ‘My spirit and ambition are as high as ever’. Rumours of a potential move to Paris Saint-Germain emerged in French media this summer but the player’s representatives were quick to quash the reports. Ronaldo, who scored 31 goals in 33 Serie A games to help the Old Lady win their ninth consecutive Scudetto, has vowed to keep fighting to bring European success back to Turin. “As I’m getting ready for my third season as a Bianconero, my spirit and ambition are as high as ever,” Ronaldo wrote on Instagram. “Goals. Victories. Commitment. Dedication. Professionalism. “With all my strength and with the precious help from my teammates and all of the Juventus staff, we work once again to conquer Italy, Europe, and the World!Advertisement “Breaking records. Overcoming obstacles. Winning titles and achieving personal goals. To do more and better once and again. To reach higher and to succeed in all challenges that may come our way. read also:Ronaldo keeping tabs about Man United “Making every year into an adventure better than the one before and winning everything for our fans and supporters. “To be the bearers of this amazing and unique passion that is Juventus, and to live up to its history, elevating our name, our values and our standards as high as possible. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Promoted ContentUnderappreciated Movies You Missed In 2019Who’s The Best Car Manufacturer Of All Time?7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A Drone10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do6 Incredibly Strange Facts About HurricanesA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?6 Extreme Facts About HurricanesThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreCan Playing Too Many Video Games Hurt Your Body?
By Rawle Toney in Minnesota (Compliments of Let’s Bet Sports)GUYANA’s Gold Cup campaign got off to rocky start, with the Golden Jaguars falling 4 – 0 to the USA in their opening Group D game at the Allianz Field in Minnesota, last night.The USA, the tournament’s defending champions, secured the three points with goals from Paul Arriola (28th), Tyler Boyd (51st, 81st) and Gyasi Zardes (55th).Playing at the new Allianz Field Stadium in Minnesota, the encounter between the two teams shared some historical significance, since it was the first international meeting between Guyana and the USA at the senior level in the sport, it was also the first time Guyana has ever played a match at the CONCACAF Gold Cup in the history of the tournament and was also the first international match being played at the facility which was commissioned in April this year.With 19,418 in attendance, Coach Michael Johnson started with an experimental line-up, playing Emery Welshman as his long striker, while Callum Harriot and Brandon Beresford played the wings.Neil Danns was the distributor in the game, playing in the centre midfield position, while Keanu Marsh-brown and Elliot Bonds played just behind.Man down! Brandon Beresford played what could described as one of his worst games on the International stage Guyana. (Samuel Maughn photo)Matthew Briggs started in the left-back position, Liam Gordon played next to him, while Terrence Vancooten was the central defender, and in the right-back was debutant Jordan Dover. Akel Clarke started in goal.The game started with both sides feeling each other out, with the USA controlling the bulk of the possession, which saw Christian Pulisic having a go at the Guyana defence early on.However, Guyana didn’t sit back and countered several times through Harriot, who enjoyed a good game.However, a slip in defence by debutant Dover in the 28th minute and Arriola made Guyana pay dearly. In fact, the Stars and Stripes exploited Dover’s position for the duration of the match, which also saw Boyed getting on the score sheets twice.The Americans preyed on Guyana’s weak defence at the right, targeting Dover for the duration of the game.Vancooten and Briggs were able to keep the likes of Pulisic and Weston Mckennie at bay for the entire night.Guyana will next play Panama on June 22 in Cleveland, while the USA tackle Trinidad and Tobago.In the first game of the double header last evening, Panama defeated Trinidad and Tobago 2 – 0.A detailed report will be given in tomorrow’s edition.
1 Spain winger Pedro claims being asked to sit on the bench at Euro 2016 is ‘not worth’ his time.The 28-year-old has played less than 10 minutes so far in the tournament, coming on during the late stages of La Roja’s 1-0 win over the Czech Republic.Coach Vicente Del Bosque has showed a preference for the likes of Nolito and David Silva on the flanks – something which has upset the Chelsea forward.“I had different expectations when I first came here,” he said in an interview with Movistar, quoted in Marca.“It is difficult for me to play this role (as a substitute), and if there is no continuity it is not worth me turning up just to be part of the group.”The Chelsea forward, who joined the Blues from Barcelona last summer, is one of the most experienced players in the Spain squad, having won 58 caps and scored 17 goals since making his debut in May 2010.Del Bosque sees no reason to reprimand the winger following his comments, playing down any suggestions of an unsettled camp.“What he has said, he did not disrespect anyone,” Del Bosque told a UEFA media conference.“I think his conscience got the better of him a little bit and he just showed a reality of what the 12 players who are not playing all feel.“Pedro was a bit angry he is not playing, that is inevitable and can happen.“We try to get on well with everyone and for everybody to be happy and comfortable.“However, it is inevitable that in certain moments with those 12 players who are not playing there will be a bit of discrepancy, that is what happened and I don’t think there is anything more to it than that.“All the news here has been positive so when something negative comes out it is blown out proportion a bit, but I don’t think it will have a lot of repercussions.”Del Bosque added: “I don’t think we should be too hard on him, and in the 50-plus games he has been here with us, he has been a very correct player.” Pedro: The Chelsea winger has played less than ten minutes for Spain at Euro 2016