- Cristiano Ronaldo has come under fire from fans for his lack of steam in the game against Ferencvaros
- The 35-year-old was spotted not putting pressure on the opponent during their Champions Legaue win against the Romanian side
- Lionel Messi was also criticized by supporters for doing the same thing during Barcelona's win over Dynamo Kiev
Cristiano Ronaldo has come under scrutiny from fans for failing to mark an opponent during Juventus 4-1 win over Ferencvaros in the Champions League, Sport Bible.
His rival Lionel Messi was also slammed for not pressing forward when Dynamo Kiev tars had the ball in their possession.
Messi was seen strolling a few minutes before the end of the game without actively being involved with trying to win possession for Barcelona.
After receiving the backlash from Ronaldo fans on social media, one of Messi's fans also posted a video clip of Ronaldo doing the same thing.
The supporter then titled the video 'The King Of Cristiano Ronaldo - The King Of Pressing', as evidence showed Ronaldo not putting pressuring an opponent.
CR7 was caught on camera by-passing an opponent in the 82nd minute and in the second instance, the Portuguese star did not move an inch.
The Juventus striker was making just his second appearance since recovering from coronavirus but failed to score against the Romanian side.
Ronaldo was on target twice for the Bianconeri when they won by 4-0 at Spezia but missed several chances on goal in bhis first Champions League appearance of the season.
Alvaro Morata grabbed a brace in the match with Ronaldo creating one of the assists for the Spanish striker who is having a wonderful spell on his return to the club.
CR7 is expected to return to action when Juventus take on Serie A rivals Lazio as Andreas Pirlo's side will be looking to keep up the pace with AC Milan.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a Stunning video of Lionel Messi's refusal to mark an opponent in Barcelona's Champions League win over Dynamo Kiev has emerged in which the Argentine allowed the player to move past him.
Spanish giants Barcelona continued with their impressive performance in the Champions League this term on Wednesday night, November 4, as they defeated Dynamo Kiev 2-1.
Lionel Messi and Gerard Pique scored the two goals for Barcelona, while Viktor Tsigankov netted the only goal for Dynamo Kiev at the Camp Nou.
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