Cristiano Ronaldo First Red Card
Cristiano Ronaldo leaves on his Champions League’s first appearance for Juventus after an off-the-ball conflict against Valencia.
After just 28 minutes of the first half, Ronaldo seemed to hit Jeison Murillo to the ground off the ball. After that, he was given a direct red card by the match referee.
Portugal’s striker looked to push his hand on the Jeison Murillo’s head. The referee of the match Felix Brych gave Ronaldo a direct red card after consulting with his colleague behind the goal.
Ronaldo viewed baffled and continued pretending his innocence. The Portugal striker was clearly distracted as he left the field, still waving his head.
He got his first goal for his new team Juventus against Sassuolo in Serie A at the weekend. He was given the dip against Valencia this night, required to score the goal trail once again.
However, Cristiano Ronaldo has now been dismissed on his Juventus Champions League debut following a clash with Jeison Murillo in the area.
Ronaldo First Red Card
In the 154 Champions League games, It was his first red card ever and the decision indicates he is locked to miss a return to Old Trafford Stadium when Juventus competes Manchester United next month.
Ronaldo, age 33, associated with Juventus from Real Madrid in the season. He scored his first two goals for Juventus this earlier weekend in Serie A in a 2-1 win over Sassuolo.
CRISTIANO RONALDO will now drop from an exciting match against his former club Manchester United. Ronaldo now faces the possibility of a two-match ban. And that means he will miss an exciting return to Manchester United. Ronaldo was due to line up against his old side Manchester United on October 23 but will now brutally miss out.
Should UEFA opted to give him a THREE-game ban, that would decree him out of both encounters against Jose Mourinho’s side?