Cristiano Ronaldo was on hand to help Wojciech Szczesny against AC Milan on Sunday, now the Juventus ace is prepared to return the favour.
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However, the Bianconeri looked like they could be in trouble at the weekend after they conceded a penalty against Milan at the San Siro, giving the hosts the chance to draw level and set up an intriguing second half.
As noted by the Metro, fortunately for Massimiliano Allegri and his men, Ronaldo was on hand to offer some tips to Szczesny on which way to go as Gonzalo Higuain stepped up.
The former Juve striker fluffed his lines as he was denied with a fine save from the Polish international, as he was later sent off to compound his misery and wrap up a forgettable night for the Rossoneri.
Football Italia note that he has since been handed a two-match suspension, albeit Milan are set to appeal against it to have it reduced to just one game.
Whether or not they are successful remains to be seen, but Szczesny clearly appreciated the advice from Ronaldo and is offering him some in return.
As seen in the video below, the Polish international scored a stunning free-kick in training while on international duty this week, as he watched his effort sail into the top corner after showing off some exceptional technique.
His strike earned plaudits from those around him, and it certainly is an effort to be proud of even if it merely came on the training ground.
Cheekily though, the shot-stopper has now offered Ronaldo some advice on free-kicks, as seen in his caption below as he couldn’t help but have a dig.
The Portuguese superstar has scored some fine free-kicks of his own in the past, notably one at the World Cup this past summer against Spain in the group stage, and so he knows a thing or two about scoring from dead-ball situations.
Nevertheless, clearly Szczesny believes he can add something to his game, and so it promises to be interesting when the pair return to training for Juventus after the international break to see what they’ve been working on.
It’s fair to say though that we probably won’t be seeing Szczesny step up to take free-kicks in games any time soon even if this was brilliant…