Cristiano Ronaldo sent off for the first time in his 154 Champions League games as Juventus beat Valencia 2:0

Ronaldo the Portuguese and Juventus forward on his first Champions League appearance for Juve appeared to grab Jeison Murillo Valencia defender's hair as they drag the ball in 29th minute of the first half and Felix Brych the referee consulted his assistant before showing Cristiano Ronaldo the five times Champions League winner a straight red card.

Juventus ten men squad took the lead on the 45th minute when Miralem Pjanic scored from the penalty spot, and few minutes after the half-time Miralem Panic scored from the  penalty spot again making it the 2:0 win against Valencia.
Daniel Pareto missed the penalty kick awarded to Valencia on the additional time of the second half Juventus goal keeper Wojciech Szczesny kept Juve on clean sheet as he saved the goal.

Ronaldo the Champions League's record goals scorer was was really furious with the referee's decision as he tried to hold his teary eyes when protesting his innocence but left the pitch in tears.
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Ronaldo who moved to Juventus from Real Madrid this summer in the £99.2m deal was visibly unhappy his influence on the game was growing when he tried deliver a cross and was blocked by Murillo, He gesticulated to Murillo to get up and appeared to pull the defender's hair before turning away in frustration.
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