Cristiano one of the greatest footballers moved from Real Madrid to Juventus in 2018. Many speculated that the reason for his move was due to personal issues with the Real Madrid management. Cristiano Ronaldo did not fall below expectation in the new club and has performed exceptionally well. Recently, Cristiano Ronaldo 11/12 Kit Gold was unveiled by the new club.
The unveiling of the new kit for 2020-21, heralds a grand return for one of the club’s most enduring hallmarks. The new kit is manufactured by Adidas and released on August 7 inspired by modern art. The new shirt will have a fresh, contemporary take on Juve’s famous stripes while still being respectful of the club’s vaunted traditions.
The new kit has the club’s classic black and white stripes, with the latest design to feature black brushstrokes across a white background. The club and Adidas logo are both embossed in gold on the kit, as is the kit sponsor Jeep.
Its base color is a shade of dark blue – Night Indigo – and a silver brushstroke pattern, similar in style to that which is used on the home kit, adorns the sleeves. The trim is also flecked with gleaming gold which is only fitting for Ronaldo and the rest of the reigning champions. The new kit comes as a surprise considering the ongoing season’s kit which had just two solid strikes, with an additional pink stripe in between. The official unveiling revolves around the tagline “Our stripe, our statement.”
Adidas has described the new kit as being “synonymous with the club’s core identity.”
Ronaldo will be hoping it is third time lucky in the new kit for his hopes of becoming Serie A’s top scorer in a season. After Juve lost 2-0 at Cagliari on Wednesday, the Portugal star remains on 31 league goals for the season. His main rival to be Capocannoniere, Lazio’s Ciro Immobile, scored in a 2-0 win over Brescia to take his 2019-20 total up to 35.
(Cristiano Ronaldo 11/12 Kit Gold Unveiled)
Although the away kits are not unveiled officially, reports claim that the away shirt will don the dark blue shade accompanied by silver accents. It will have a brushstroke pattern similar to the home kit with Adidas’ signature stripes across the shoulder. Meanwhile, Juventus will go unconventional with the third kit, which will reportedly be orange and black with a camo-like print.
The Juventus new kit video was unveiled on the club’s official social media handles. The likes of Paulo Dybala and Cristiano Ronaldo are seen wearing the new kit. Meanwhile, it is expected that the Serie A champions might wear the Juventus new kit in their final game of the competition against AS Roma on Saturday.
Amid the Juventus’ new kit release, Maurizio Sarri’s men suffered a setback on Matchday 37 of Serie A. Juventus suffered a tough 2-0 defeat against Cagliari, with a low-range finish from Luca Gagliano apart from Giovanni Simeone’s stunning strike, both in the first half. Cristiano Ronaldo and co failed to score away from home, with the Portuguese international also missing out on the chance to clinch his fifth European golden boot, having scored 31 goals this campaign.