Ronaldo red card to be reviewed by Uefa

Ronaldo red card to be reviewed by Uefa

Cristiano Ronaldo is likely to serve a one-game Champions League ban, sources have told ESPN FC, which would leave the Juventus forward free to face former club Manchester United at Old Trafford.

According to UEFA's regulations, "a player who is sent off the field of play is suspended for the next match in a UEFA club competition (i.e. UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League or UEFA Super Cup)".

Ronaldo is among the frontrunners for the prestigious prize, which considers performances during the calendar year, as well as "overall behaviour on and off the pitch".

Ronaldo came together with Jeison Murillo off the ball and after the Valencia defender fell to the ground the Juve star appeared to pull at his hair.

Ronaldo, however, is yet to discover the full consequences of his dismissal.

"If you're giving that as a red card, you can be sent off for any foul".

"Going down to 10 men in the Champions League for an incident like that is disappointing". He has won the Ballon d'Or five times, the joint most with Lionel Messi.

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The five-time Champions League victor has been the top-scorer in the Champions League the past six seasons.

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. 27 to decide whether to extend the ban. Juventus would also be allowed to appeal.

"VAR would've helped the referee in this decision", said the Juventus coach.

"I just heard that he said it was because of hair pulling".

Juventus midfielder Blaise Matuidi urged UEFA to show leniency. The referee saw what he saw - not very well - and we overcame the obstacles. We're not women, we're playing football.

Juve defender Leonardo Bonucci added: "Ronaldo was quite angry, unfortunately the referee did not see the situation very well".

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