Ronaldo sent off in Champions League debut with Juventus

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We're talking about a champion who, before the other night, had never been sent off, and Cristiano had played 154 matches in the Champions League.

"From our place we have to make the game that we believe and we will face a tough team".

Juventus went on to win 2-0 but they will not find out until UEFA examines the incident on September 27 whether they will be without their summer signing from Real Madrid for more than one match. It looked like the match would end all square but Firmino scored an unbelievable solo goal in the 92nd minute to get all three points for his team in a crucial group stage match.

"We got the highest value we could".

Ronaldo will definitely miss Juve's home match against Young Boys on October 2. He should therefore be available to face Manchester United next month.

It was a forgettable bow for Ronaldo, who was shown a straight red card following an inconspicuous coming together with Valencia defender Jeison Murillo in an off-the-ball incident, the five-time Ballon d'Or victor left in tears after his dismissal. And it was perhaps, the best thing that could have happened at that time.

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The Portuguese star has received an automatic one-match ban and UEFA could extend that to three, but Juve would then have the chance to appeal the decision. Messi scored two more goals within a span of 10 minutes to get his 48th career hat-trick. "This performance by Messi is normal because we always see it".

"It's hard to explain, I don't understand it", said midfielder Philippe Coutinho, who is looking forward to making his debut in the competition for the Catalan club after being cup-tied last season.

Ronaldo rewrote the history books during his nine-year stay in the Spanish capital, ending his time at the Bernabeu as Madrid's leading all-time scorer with 450 goals in just 438 games.

Miralem Pjanic converted that penalty kick, and scored again six minutes into the second half when Murillo was penalized for a foul.

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But Mauro Icardi's brilliant late volley brought the hosts level, and Matias Vecino headed in a stoppage-time victor for Inter, back in the Champions League for the first time since 2011-12.

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