Cristiano Ronaldo is given one-match ban and will be available for Manchester United return
Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus can inhale an immense sigh of relief after UEFA affirmed that the aggressor will be accessible for the club’s Champions League coordinate day three game against Manchester United.
— B/R Football (@brfootball) September 27, 2018
Ronaldo will serve a one-coordinate Champions League boycott for his red card in Juventus’ 2-0 win at Valencia, with UEFA’s choice not to hand down a more unnecessary discipline clearing him to confront the previous club Manchester United.
Ronaldo seemed to have pulled the safeguard’s hair amid an off-the-ball impact, prompting his expulsion. The 33-year-old left the contribute tears, as he was sad after his first red card in the opposition.
An announcement from UEFA on Thursday affirmed that Ronaldo will miss only one Champions League game because of his suspension in the Valencia experience.
This implies he will miss Juve’s next Champions League game against Young Boys yet will be accessible to play in the club’s twofold header recreations against Manchester United.
It remains to be seen if his next return will toll the same line or have a different ending.