Kevin Prince Boateng shocked over Ronaldo's red card in Champions League

Kristopher Nichols
September 23, 2018

Manchester United legend Kevin Moran is not confident about seeing Cristiano Ronaldo playing at Old Trafford for Juventus next month.

None though were as significant as Cristiano Ronaldo getting a red card during his Champions League debut for Juventus.

Cristiano Ronaldo is consoled by teammate Federico Bernardeschi after receiving a red card during the Champions League, group H soccer match between Valencia and Juventus.

Ronaldo who had served the Spanish club for 9 years and helped the club win 4 Champions League titles along with many other trophies, joined Juventus in a surprise move.

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

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It is certain that Ronaldo will miss the next game against Young Boys and his ban could be extended if UEFA chooses to take further disciplinary actions following the report submitted by the match referee. I just heard that he said it was because of hair pulling.

Ronaldo now faces a ban that could, if Uefa deem the incident to constitute violent conduct, be increased from the mandatory one game to two or three, jeopardizing the Portuguese's chances of facing his old club, Manchester United.

The 2018-19 Champions League season got underway this week and the very first week of the tournament brought in a number of eye-catching moments. "If you give cheap goals away it is hard".

"It was a soft sending-off for Ronaldo, but the letter of the law says you probably can not do that, so I think the one-match ban will probably stick", the ex-Red Devils player said.

"So I hope afterwards UEFA will watch the replays and that we can have something positive for him because he does not deserve it".

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