After getting his first red card in the starting game of UEFA group Stages the world didn’t expected Cristiano Ronaldo’s Champions League debut for Juventus. In the match between juventus and Valencia while running into the box, Ronaldo and Murillo clashed, the defender claimed that he was slaped by the Juventus Star.
Ronaldo reacted to that, raising his arm in protest, before appearing to scratch Murillo’s head with his hand. Referee Felix Brych send Ronaldo off the pitch after consulting the Referee behind the goal, leaving him in tears. He received his first red card the UEFA league.
He will surely miss Juventus fixtures against Young Boys, on October 2 in Turin. Ronaldo could also miss fixtures against Manchester United , on October 23 in Manchester .Tips for these matched are always high and now their are discounts available on mybookie.
If he gets further ban he will fail to face his old employer Manchester united . Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg believes Ronaldo’s red card was harsh – he claims he would have shown both Murillo and the Portuguese a yellow, and awarded Valencia a free-kick – and thinks a one-match ban will suffice.
Writing in the Daily Mail , Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg said: “The contact looked very slight and I cannot see how the additional assistant, standing some 20 yards away, could deem it violent conduct.
“If I had been officiating this game, I would have given Valencia a free-kick and shown a yellow card to each player. Ronaldo will serve a one-match ban but anything more would be harsh.”