Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala blames Juventus midfielders for UCL defeat against Lyon

Cristiano Ronaldo, Paulo Dybala blames Juventus midfielders for UCL defeat against Lyon

- Cristiano Ronaldo and Dybala blamed Juventus midfield against Lyon

- Juventus suffered a defeat in the first leg of their Champions League knockout

- Dybala and Ronaldo felt the midfielders refused to pass the ball to them

Cristiano Ronaldo and teammate Paulo Dybala were not happy with Juventus' Champions League defeat against French giants Lyon in the round of 16 first leg encounter played in France.

These two superstars were filmed according to Daily Mail slamming the midfielders in the dressing room after the first 45 minutes against Lyon.

The video was said to have been reported by RMC in which Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala were caught expressing their complaint for the performance of the midfield in the first half.

Ronaldo was seen in the video grumbling to Paulo Dybala that the midfielders refused to give them good pass which made it difficult for them to fire shots on target.

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Paulo Dybala was then replying that nobody give them the ball in the first half of the encounter against Lyon.

The report was also cited on Goal and Sportbible about Cristiano Ronaldo and Paulo Dybala blaming Juventus midfield for not giving them pass against Lyon.

Old Lady will now have to raise their game in the second leg against Lyon for the chance of them reaching the next round of the Champions League.

The Old Lady have not succeeded in the Champions League for the past 24 years which made them to sign Cristiano Ronaldo last two seasons.

Last two term when they signed Cristiano Ronaldo from Spanish side Real Madrid, the Portuguese did his best to fire Juventus to the quarterfinal of the Champions League.

But the Old Lady were sent out in the last eight by Dutch side Ajax which came as a big disappointment for Cristiano Ronaldo.

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There were claims then that Cristiano Ronaldo could be leaving Turin at the end of last season, but he stayed and started another campaign this season.

Before the start of the new season, Juventus chiefs fired Allegri and hired Maurizio Sarri with the hopes of them winning the Champions League.

He won the Europa League title last season before leaving Premier League side Chelsea.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo on Sunday night, March 1, returned to the Santiago Bernabeu for the first time since he left last two years as he watched the El Clasico.

Cristiano Ronaldo was spotted at the stands with some of his friends watching his biggest rival Lionel Messi facing his former club Real Madrid in what was a tough battle.

And his presence must have inspired his former teammates as they got a 2-0 win over Barcelona which sent them to the top of the Spanish La Liga standings.

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Vinicius Junior scored the first goal for Real Madrid in this encounter in the 71st minute, and Barcelona were looking for an equalizer before Mariano netted the winner at the death.

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Source: Legit.ng

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