If they had deemed otherwise, Ronaldo would have missed his return to Old Trafford in late October and potentially the game in Italy too.
The season people were expecting from the 5- time Ballon d'Or victor for Juventus has been everything but usual.
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With UEFA not operating an appeals system like the one in the Premier League, Ronaldo was automatically punished with a one-match ban, ruling him out of Juventus' home match against Young Boys in two weeks' time.
"From that point of view, it's hard to think that he will only get a one-match ban".
Reacting emotionally to the referee's decision, Ronaldo fell on the ground in disbelief and left the pitch with teary eyes and frustration.
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UEFA's Executive Committee are due to meet in Lyon on September 27, where it is believed the issue of implementing VAR will be discussed. "I'm very proud to have signed for the biggest club in the world", he said.
"I haven't seen the play which ended up in the red card".
When Juventus offered such a huge sum of money, Real Madrid could not help but let Cristiano Ronaldo go. There is a possibility that UEFA could hand down a harsher punishment to the player, although it is unlikely they will do so. First, it took him a lot of matches to be able to score his first goal for the club.
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Juve defender Leonardo Bonucci added: "Ronaldo was quite angry, unfortunately the referee did not see the situation very well".