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Ronaldo was angry because the fans grabbed his neck

Striker Cristiano Ronaldo was angry when a fan demanded to take a joint picture at the end of the match Juventus won Leverkusen in the Champions League, on 11/12.

The match at Leverkusen did not mean much to Juventus, because the Italian team was the most certain in Group D. The visitors, however, still launched the team with many good players on the field to end the hope of winning tickets to go on of the host.

Scored, but Ronaldo did not leave the field with complete joy. At the end of the match, the Juventus striker was sharing the fun with his teammate when a fan grabbed his neck to take a picture of them. Ronaldo pulled away with an angry face and shouted “Are you crazy?”. Fanatical fans were then controlled by the police, while Ronaldo frowned for a while before being comforted by his teammates.

When the match ended, a fan suddenly took the phone to run into the field with the intention of taking a picture with Ronaldo. Instead of consulting the Portuguese superstar, this person grabbed Ronaldo’s neck from behind. Juventus striker rushed out, and seemed uncomfortable with the actions of the aforesaid fans.

Ronaldo was suddenly strangled at the end of the match against Leverkusen

Ronaldo then shouted “Are you crazy?”, While the other guy is being controlled by security forces. The 34-year-old striker scowled, until teammate Gianluigi Buffon came to ease the situation.

In the match against Leverkusen, Ronaldo was twice disturbed by the fans. At the end of the match, another fan ran into the field with the intention of hugging Ronaldo, but the Juventus striker seemed confused. In the past, he had many affable times when fans approached him on the field.

Ronaldo scored a goal in the 2-0 victory over Leverkusen in the last match of Group D Champions League, helping Juventus into the 1/8 round with 16 points after six matches. Despite scoring, the Portuguese striker repeatedly proved unhappy in the match. In the match in Germany, Ronaldo missed many opportunities and was once denied a goal because of an offside error.

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Guardiola sent a letter to thank the fans

Coach Pep Guardiola sent a thank you letter to each of the 114 fans who accompanied Man City in Ukraine.

Darren, one of the fans received, posted the letter on Twitter. “Dear Darren, on September 18, you and 113 other dedicated fans took a long trip to watch us play against Shakhtar Donetsk in Ukraine. I want to take this opportunity to We are happy to start the Champions League campaign with a victory.We faced a hard-to-beat Shakhtar, but I feel Man City played well, controlled the game and deserved it. Winning. Having your support in such matches is of great significance, and as I said, we are nothing without the supporters. “

Besides thanks, Guardiola also presented gifts to fans on behalf of Man City: “As a thanks, we would like to invite you to experience Tunnel Club in the return leg against Shakhtar on November 26. On behalf of the players and staff, I thank you again for your incredible support. Pep Guardiola “.

Tunnel Club is a special area on Etihad Stadium, where fans can watch the match near the coach, have the opportunity to watch players walk out of the tunnel and enjoy a great dinner with five dishes. The standard fare for fans to enter this area is about 780 USD. If buying VIP tickets for groups of 10, fans need to spend US $ 15,500.

The match on 18/9 took place in Ukraine, where Man City won 3-0. They currently lead Group C with 10 points after four matches, more than five points behind Atalanta and Shakhtar. In the match on November 26, Man City only needed to draw Shakhtar to win tickets for the 1/8 round early.

Guardiola thanked the referee after the defeat to Liverpool

Pep Guardiola, insisted that he was sincere thanks to the referee after the controversial defeat with Liverpool owner in the Premier League on 10/11.

Earlier, a live television camera showed the Man City coach twice shouting “Thank you very much” with an ironic expression aimed at the referee Michael Oliver, as he approached the referee’s handshake after the game at Anfield.

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