Juve forward Ronaldo - making his Champions League debut for the Serie A holders - was inconsolable after receiving a red card in the 29th minute of Wednesday's 2-0 win at Valencia.
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"In case of serious offences, the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body is entitled to augment this punishment, including by extending it to other competitions".
It was a show of frustration by Ronaldo and he was punished for it.
Ronaldo left the pitch in tears following his red card upon his return to Spain.
UEFA's disciplinary committee will now have a look at the red card incident, and determine whether or not Ronaldo will receive a three-game ban.
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"It was spotted by the additional assistant, standing behind the goal, who may have thought Ronaldo threw an elbow but that was not the case".
Ronaldo's arrival at Juventus has raised expectations of a first Champions League title since 1996, with share prices peaking at a record 1.8046 euros on the stock market Thursday before closing at 1.581 euros.
He is set to serve an automatic one-match suspension, which will rule him out of the home game against Young Boys on October 2.
"It's very harsh. I think if you have seen the pictures, you'll have seen that it's incomprehensible", Matuidi said.
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