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Cristiano Ronaldo 'got a bullseye': Chievo keeper Stefano Sorrentino jokes about injury

Juventus trailed early in the second half of Cristiano Ronaldo's Serie A debut, but the Bianconeri fought back to earn a late win at Chievo Verona.

Chievo goalkeeper Stefano Sorrentino joked that Cristiano Ronaldo found his mark on Sunday, despite not scoring a goal against him.

Sorrentino, 39, was temporarily knocked out after a collision with Ronaldo in the final moments of the 3-2 defeat to Juventus, which saw him replaced by Andrea Seculin.

The goalkeeper was released from hospital on Sunday morning after reportedly sustaining a fractured nose, whiplash and a bruised left shoulder. But he was in jovial mood on social media.


Atletico's Antoine Griezmann and Karl-Anthony Towns do a Fortnite dance

Antoine Griezmann loves Fortnite. So much so, he does a "Fortnite dance" when he scores.

And now he has a friend to join him: Karl-Anthony Towns, centre for NBA side the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Towns visited Atletico's training ground on Saturday and Griezmann, also a massive NBA fan, made sure he got together with the big man.

Let's just hope Towns doesn't try to bust out a move every time he sinks a bucket in the NBA -- that could get old very quickly.

Hungarian game delayed as player gets wedding ring stuck, loses starting XI spot

The kickoff of Friday's Hungarian league match between Debrecen and MTK Budapest was delayed by seven minutes as the home side's defender Erik Cikos was unable to remove his wedding ring.

All items of jewellery, including rings, necklaces and earrings are forbidden and must be removed before entering the field, according to soccer world governing body FIFA's players' equipment law.

TV footage showed Cikos struggling as the wedding ring remained stuck on his finger despite several attempts by the...

Cristiano Ronaldo sings his heart out at Juventus initiation dinner

Juventus are the unanimous pick from the FC crew to win Serie A, but not everyone is convinced Cristiano Ronaldo will be player of the year.
On the eve of Cristiano Ronaldo's debut for Juventus, Mina Rzouki and Gab Marcotti discuss their expectations for him and how he will be deployed.
James Horncastle breaks down what he expects the Juventus XI will look like at Chievo after Max Allegri confirmed Cristiano Ronaldo will start.

Cristiano Ronaldo is 33 years old and one of the greatest footballers of all time but no matter how successful or famous you are, when you join a new club in football that means one thing: Get ready to sing.

The new Juventus star was given no preferential treatment and didn't shrink from the traditional football initiation of singing in front of your teammate, instead belting out a rendition of  "A minha Casinha" by Portuguese rock band Xutos & Pontapes.

Singing in front of your new teammates...

France fans flock to get new shirt with two World Cup winners' stars

France's new shirt is adorned with two stars, one for each World Cup win.

France fans can now wear their pride in their nation's 2018 World Cup triumph firmly on their chests after a second star was added to the national team's kit -- and there have been big queues to be the one of the first to own it.

Les Bleus lifted the trophy for a second time in their history in Russia just over a month ago, and kit manufacturers Nike wasted no time in commemorating that victory on their official apparel.

"I'll keep it all my life. It's the second star! They made our dreams come...

Manchester City stars have fun on blue carpet for 'All Or Nothing' Premiere

Coming August 17 to Amazon Prime, a behind the scenes look at Manchester City's impressive 2017-18 season.
Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne arrived at the premier of Manchester City's film about their title winning season on crutches after suffering an injury to his right knee at training.

It's been in the pipeline for months now, but this Wednesday night finally sees the maiden episode of Man City's flashy fly-on-the-wall documentary "All Or Nothing" premiere on Amazon Prime.

To celebrate, Pep Guardiola and his players congregated at the Printworks in Manchester for the first screening of the hotly anticipated series.

The cameras were granted unprecedented access to the inner machinations at the Etihad, with the daily grind for players and staff alike laid bare for all to see.