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The greatest footballer of all-time Cristiano Ronaldo has faced another controversy for his unacceptable actions during the game. This happened when the renowned forward of Juventus FC made an early exit from Turin Stadium after being subbed by manager Maurizio Sarri during the match against AC Milan in Serie A. When everything was going well for the talented player CR7 in the clash against AC Milan, Sarri decided to replace Ronaldo with Paulo Dybala at the 57th minute. As a result, Ronaldo lost his cool and left the field before the final whistle.

However, Sarri’s decision proved handy for his team as the brilliant substitute Dybala avoided the goalless draw between both the teams and marked an opener for Italians in the dying minutes. Dybala slotted a powerful shot at 77th minute of the game and gave his team a 1-0 lead against Milan.

But it seemed like former Real Madrid’s star was not happy with Dybala’s show on Sunday night as he was highly disappointed with Sarri’s shocking decision and so he walked off the field in rage. Ronaldo’s move created havoc on social media platforms. As a result, the former Italian forward Antonio Cassano also asked the football authorities to ban the Juventus star for two years.

After the incident took place,  Antonio Cassano said on the development, “did he leave before the end of the game? You can’t do that because there is an anti-doping control. I had to go back to the stadium urgently to avoid a two-year ban”. While the boss of Juventus Maurizio Sarri came forward to protect his team’s superstar instead of lashing him out. He said, “we must thank Ronaldo because he made a sacrifice to be there at all tonight in a difficult situation”.

Nothing has been confirmed by the football authorities whether Cristiano Ronaldo will be banned for two years after the upsetting incident or not. But one thing is for sure that his action was not liked by the Juventus football fans at all. Currently, Juventus is invincible in the ongoing Serie A tournament 2019-20.