Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo participated in the San Siro match in the 12th round of the Italian Championship on Sunday.
Portugal's brilliant international striker scored the second goal of the match in the 31st minute of the first half, killing Lombardi's hopes of returning to the game when Bianconeri were ahead of Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic.
After the game, all the old lady's players took a three-day break before re-training again during the international stoppage that caused patrols around the world to stop.
Ronaldo took advantage of the holiday and immediately flew to London with many questions about the reason for the sudden trip to show reports that the Portuguese had gone to attend one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world.
The tournament, which will be attended by Ronaldo, is called "ATP Finals", the second largest tennis tournament in the world after the four Grand Slam tournaments, which is the greatest of all time.
The tournament is held for a week, specifically in November each year and is played by the greatest players from around the world to win the title, as he writes a wonderful story of the winner.
Ronaldo will not be the only player to take part in the tournament, but will be with Brazilian star Willy Borges Chelsea, who has had wonderful levels with West London West London in recent years.
Ronaldo moved to Juventus last summer for € 112 million from Real Madrid in an agreement that rocked the transfer market and after nine years at the Santiago Bernabeu where he managed to put his name at the top of the list of historic goals of Meringhi.
The Madera missile was able to deliver impressive levels with the old lady this season, scoring eight goals with the club in second place in the top scorer of the Italian league, scoring a goal in four matches in the Champions League.
Juventus have hired the 33-year-old in the hope of building a dream-based set of transfers from home ball control in Italy to control the European ball and achieve their dream of winning the Champions League title.