- Cristiano Ronaldo was missing from Juventus' bonding dinner
- The Old Lady stars converged to bond ahead of their game against AS Roma this weekend
- The 34-year-old kicked off the New Year with a hat-trick
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Cristiano Ronaldo was conspicuously missing from Juventus team bonding session ahead of their Sunday's Serie A clash against AS Roma.
The 34-year-old who got the New Year started with a hat-trick wasn't available when the team met up for dinner.
Juve are joint table toppers with Inter Milan mid-way into the Italian League season and they will be hoping to defend the title they won successfully last season.
According to SunSport, the Old Lady organised the dinner to allow the team to relate well before facing off with the fourth-place Roma this weekend.
Earlier this week, Ronaldo shared a picture of his incredible body structure showing his muscles on social media.
The forward posed with a dumbbell in his gym leaving his fans stunned and commended him for the hard work.
Ronaldo has scored goals in 13 goals in 15 Italian League appearances and he will hope to increase the tally this weekend.
The three goals he scored against Cagliari took his hat-trick record to 56 in his professional career.
After the dinner, the players took a group picture and Miralem Pjanic, Leonardo Bonucci, Sami Khedira and Blaise Matuidi all shared picture on their various social media platforms.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo seems to be taking his training to a more exciting level after he was spotted with Nigerian-born Portuguese sprinter Francis Obikwelu in his Lisbon.
The Portuguese superstar footie is often adjudged one of the most complete stars in sports, with his match-winning brilliant 8ft-sin header against Sampdoria clearly making him out as a special breed.
The Juve star on Tuesday, January 7, paid a visit to the 2004 Olympic silver medalist in his Lisbon gym as he wants to step up his training in a bid to get in good shape ahead of next game.
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The journey to the top of the educational ladder did not come on a silver platter for Justice Issah Surugu Musah, who bagged his doctorate degree in style.
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