Cristiano Ronaldo: This is why referee sent off Juventus star - Mark Clattenburg

Jo Caldwell
September 20, 2018

Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo could avoid a lengthy ban after his dismissal during their Champions League win at Valencia.

Ronaldo will be suspended for Juve's next Champions League match, and could potentially miss more time - possibly spoiling his highly anticipated return to Old Trafford set for October.

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The striker dropped to the floor in disbelief and had tears in his eyes when he finally walked down the tunnel.

Replays showed there was a slight coming together between the two players, but Ronaldo didn't appear to lash out at his rival with his hand or head. UEFA are yet to approve the technology in Europe's premier club tournament.

In his 154th UCL appearance, and his first with Juve, Cristiano Ronaldo received his first red card in the competition due to a first-half incident that him pulling the hair of a Valencia player.

The Portuguese forward last season helped Real Madrid to an unprecedented third consecutive Champions League win, taking his total tally to five.

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Ronaldo's first opportunity to redeem himself after the red card will come on Sunday, when Juventus visit Frosinone in Serie A.

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