Ronaldo Sent Off on Champions League Debut for Juve

Ronaldo Sent Off on Champions League Debut for Juve

Cristiano Ronaldo's Champions League debut for Juventus lasted only 29 minutes as he was red-carded but the Italians began their Group H campaign impressively with a 2-0 victory at Valencia on Wednesday.

Mr. Champions League, Cristiano Ronaldo, has been sent off on his first game for Juventus in Europe's most elite competition.

Isco curled home a sumptuous 45th-minute free-kick to give the 13-time champions the lead, before Gareth Bale made it three goals in two Champions League matches after his spectacular double in May's final win over Liverpool. Ronaldo then reached down and ruffled the hair of the Colombian, for which the German referee Felix Brych showed a red card, seemingly after taking advice from the official behind the goal.

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Little matter, as the decision stood and Ronaldo walked back to the dressing room with tears in his eyes, visibly shaken.

Juventus did not respond to emailed and phone requests to comment from Reuters.

"At 2-0, the team sacrificed itself to avoid conceding goals".

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Valencia were unable to make their extra man count and to compound their frustration, Daniel Parejo saw a stoppage time penalty saved by Juventus keeper, Wojciech Szczesny.

Bonucci, who was imperious throughout, said Juve's togetherness had helped them prevail in hard circumstances.

"It is very disappointing, we nearly lost because of that and we will be without Ronaldo for the next (game)". We want him to play against us [UnitedStandMUFC]Ronaldo getting sent off with a straight red after barely touching the other players head is complete garbage. and that's coming from a Barça fan. We risked losing tonight with this and we'll miss him for the next games too.

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Because it was a straight red card, it would mean that Ronaldo will miss Juventus' upcoming clash against Manchester United at Old Trafford.