Cristiano Ronaldo reminds Atletico fans of 5 Champions League title he has won

Cristiano Ronaldo reminds Atletico fans of 5 Champions League title he has won

- Cristiano Ronaldo on Wednesday night, February 20, failed to score as Atletico Madrid beat Juventus in UCL tie

- The home fans gave him lot of chants at the stands while he was on the pitch against Atletico Madrid

- Ronaldo instead held up all five fingers of one hand to remind them he has won five Champions League titles

Cristiano Ronaldo on Wednesday night, February 20, reminded Atletico Madrid fans that he has won five Champions League titles after Juventus' defeat in Madrid.

Juventus suffered a 2-0 defeat against Atletico Madrid in the first leg of their Champions League round of 16 encounter in which Ronaldo failed to score.

Since his departure at Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo was visiting Atletico Madrid stadium for the first time and he got unpleasant reception from the home fans.

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Ronaldo received lot of chants from the home fans who were shouting about the problem the Portuguese football star had with the Spanish authorities on tax.

But Ronaldo was not intimidated with that as he held up all five fingers of one hand to tell the fans that he has won five Champions League titles and Ballon d'Or.

The former Manchester United star and his teammates will have to up their game in the second leg against Atletico Madrid as they will have to score three goals without conceding to progress.

Ronaldo was signed by Juventus in a mega million deal from Real Madrid so as to help the team in the Champions League but they are now on the verge of crashing out.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Atletico Madrid are one leg through to the quarterfinal stage of this season's UEFA Champions League after beating Italian champions Juventus 2-0 at Estadio Wanda Metropolitanom.

The hosts needed two quick second half goals to ensure they coast to 2-0 victory in front of their home fans.

Diego Simeone's men took the lead for the first time in the meeting through Jose Gimenez in the 78th minute before Diego Godin scored the winner seven minutes later.

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