Ronaldo likely to play against United, might get one-match suspension
After the controversy, that went down at the Mestalla Stadium, during the UCL 2018-19 clash between Juventus and Valencia, fans were doubtful whether they would see Cristiano Ronaldo play against Manchester United.
However, Ronaldo's red card will be examined by UEFA on September 27, where he might get a reduced one-match suspension.
He was booked after getting into a scuffle with a Valencia defender.
Cristiano Ronaldo will likely receive a one-match ban
What exactly did Ronaldo do to get a straight red?
Juventus were attacking Valencia's goal from the left-wing when Ronaldo slipped into their penalty area, waiting for a cross.
When Valencia defender Jeison Murillo tried to block CR7, Ronaldo gave him a slight push due to which Murillo fell down.
Ronaldo, then, touched his head and asked him to get up.
Seeing this, the assistant referee warned the referee, who showed Ronaldo the red.
Will Ronaldo miss his match against Manchester United?
Support has been pouring in, after the red card, which would see the most successful individual in Champions League history not play against Manchester United.
Notably, CR7 had come to limelight while playing for Manchester United.
However, if his suspension is reduced by UEFA, he would participate in the duel against his former club.
This was CR7's first red card in 154 UCL games.
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Mark Clattenburg says red undeserved, should have been yellow
Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg has said that what went down with Ronaldo was "very unfortunate" and the Portuguese definitely did not deserve to get a red for the scuffle. It should have been a yellow to both parties and a free-kick for Valencia.