Cristiano Ronaldo reacts after receiving first ever Champions League red card

Heather Diaz
September 23, 2018

Ronaldo was left in tears after the decision and nearly every Juventus player since then has come out to support their teammate.

The Portuguese forward won the Champions League four times and LaLiga twice, while he is also Los Blancos' all-time leading goal-scorer. "We´re not women, let´s play football".

Madrid are unbeaten in all competitions so far this season as they now rank second behind arch rivals Barca on the log.

The former defender said on MUTV, when asked whether Ronaldo is likely to miss the trip to Old Trafford next month: "You have to think so".

Florentino Perez, who is the president of Real Madrid has finally opened up about the real reason why Real Madrid sold Cristiano Ronaldo.

"So new players are going to show up this year; Isco, (Marco) Asensio".

Juve defender Leonardo Bonucci added: "Ronaldo was quite angry, unfortunately the referee did not see the situation very well".

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UEFA has the power to extend Ronaldo's ban if they deem his conduct to be violent.

Matuidi admits Juve's players were baffled by the decision.

"At the end when you've got Cristiano Ronaldo on the field you want as many balls as possible to go to his feet, and now that he's not there all those balls have to be spread in the rest of them".

And after securing a winning start to the European campaign which is their focus this season, the Turin giants look to keep their quest for an eighth straight domestic title on track with a trip to Frosinone.

In his first game back in Spain since his departure from Real Madrid.

The Champions League, which was one of the main reasons the Italian Serie A champions chose to sign the superstar was supposed to be the showcase for CR7. The incident in question, however, hardly entails any malicious intent from the 33-year-old.

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