Cristiano Ronaldo ‘rowed a wall with Wojciech Szczesny and PUNCHED’ after being enraged by Giorgio Chiellini and Federico Chiesa’s PASSES and throwing his shirt on the floor in a tantrum … with Juventus winning without scoring
- Juventus took all three points in a comfortable 3-1 Serie A win over Genoa
- Cristiano Ronaldo could not get on the scoresheet and was visibly angry
- He is said to have been dissatisfied with some of the teammates during the game
- After the game, he threw his shirt on the floor after a ball boy asked for it
- He would then have “hit a wall” in the locker room after the game
Cristiano Ronaldo showed his frustration after the final whistle, despite Juventus heading for a 3-1 win over Genoa.
Juventus took all three points via goals from Dejan Kulusevski, Alvaro Morata and Weston McKinnie – although Ronaldo couldn’t get on the scoresheet.
The Portuguese superstar was visibly frustrated during the match after failing to find the back of the net.
Cristiano Ronaldo was frustrated not to appear on the scoresheet during Juventus’ victory
He threw his shirt to the ground after the game, even though it was in the direction of a ball boy
His frustration reached boiling point after the game because he allegedly ‘hit a wall’
The Gazetta dello Sport have reported that the 36-year-old became ‘angry’ with some of his teammates, including Giorgio Chiellini and Federico Chiesa after ‘bad passing’.
He also allegedly argued with goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny for throwing the ball out because a Genoa player was on the ground when he said to his team: ‘There are ten, we have to attack’.
Ronaldo threw his Juventus shirt to the ground after the game, which seemed to be another sign of frustration, even though it was in the direction of a ball boy who had asked for it.
His anger would then have boiled after the game when he ‘hit the wall’ in the locker room.
Manager Andrea Pirlo confirmed that Ronaldo was angry after not being able to add to his 25 Serie A goals this season.
Pirlo said after the game: ‘He was angry because he was unable to score.
He rowed with Wojciech Szczesny during the match and was unhappy with other teammates
‘It is normal for someone like him to always want to improve. I don’t think he’ll be fined, it could be moments of nervousness. ‘
It’s been a frustrating season for Ronaldo and Juventus, who have already been eliminated from the Champions League and appear to be losing the Serie A title as they are 12 points behind Inter Milan with eight games to go.
Ronaldo’s future at Juventus is questionable, with speculation that he and the club are keen to part ways this summer.
With his contract expiring in June 2022, Juventus could try to put him on both to get some return on their € 100 million investment in 2018, as well as to immediately release their labor costs.
Relocations to Paris Saint-Germain and a return to Real Madrid are among the potential destinations reported.
Ronaldo’s future at Juventus is, without a doubt, that he could leave the club