Lisbon: The Portuguese soccer federation said Tuesday that Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for coronavirus. Ronaldo was doing well and did not have any symptoms, the federation said. The 35-year-old Juventus striker will miss the UEFA Nations League match against Sweden on Wednesday but is "ok, has no symptoms and is in isolation," said the federation. For the rest of the Portugal team, the federation said Ronaldo 's outcome triggered another series of tests. It said everyone else tested negative in the team. Ahead of the match against Sweden in Lisbon, the squad was expected to train normally on Tuesday. Juventus Football Club SpA saw shares in Milan trading after the news drop by as much as 6.9 percent. He was last seen in action on Sunday when, after a 0-0 draw against each other, Portugal and France lost their perfect records in this season's UEFA Nations League.
In the second minute of injury time, Ronaldo had a good chance, but goalkeeper Hugo Lloris palmed his angled shot away from the left. There was not much to talk about at the Stade de France as in the League A, Group 3 match, a star-studded line-up of players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann struggled to record much of a display. In the cavernous stadium just outside Paris, the 1,000 fans gathered to watch France host the reigning European champions were treated to only four shots on target as two rugged defences cancelled the attacks of each team. In Group 3 of League A, Portugal remains top, ahead of France on goal difference, with both teams scoring seven points.