Italy-ALSHARQIYA March 7: Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo revealed that he had reached an agreement with the star of the team, Cristiano Ronaldo preceded the victory over Lazio on Saturday with 3 goals for a goal.
Pirlo said in a statement to Sky Sports Italy: "He played eight or nine games in a row, and we reached an agreement during the week (in order for Ronaldo to relax), it was to be."
The Spanish international striker, Alvaro Morata, saved his Juventus team from the trap of its guest Lazio and turned it behind to a 3-1 victory by scoring a brace on Saturday in the 26th stage of the Italian League.
Lazio was the first to score through the Argentine, Joaquin Correa (14), but Juventus returned three goals through Frenchman Adrien Rabiot (39) and Morata (57 and 60 from a penalty kick).
Lazio was the best party in the first half and was able to score more than one goal, given the many opportunities that opened up in front of his attackers, and they paid dearly in the second half.
Juventus, by winning, confirmed its readiness for a summit, on Tuesday, at home against Porto, in the second leg of the Champions League final, where it seeks to compensate for its 1-2 loss in the first leg in Porto.
That is why Pirlo kept Ronaldo, the American midfielder, Stone McKinney, and defense pole, Leonardo Bonucci, on the bench before pushing them into the second half in the 69th, 70th and 82nd minutes, respectively.