Cristiano Ronaldo has been attacked by Roma fans after their 2-0 win over Juventus over the weekend supporters rained insults on the Portuguese star after mocking their captain during the game.
A goal each from Alessandro Florenzi and Edin Dzeko condemned Massimiliano Allegri’s to their third defeat of the season. The 34-year-old forward has been impressive for the Old Lady since his arrival at Allianz Stadium in a deal around £89 million last summers. He has been directly involved in 41 goals this campaign – scoring 28 and assisting 13 others in all competitions this term.
The Portuguese forward also clinched his sixth career league title after helping Juve win their eighth consecutive Italian League trophy this season. However, Daily Star reports that the Giallorossi fans took to social media to insult the former Real Madrid and Manchester United striker having insulted their captain Florenzi earlier in the game. Ronaldo was said to have made a gesture describing the defender as being short during one of their contest.
Ronaldo was said to have made a gesture describing the defender as being short during one of their contest. But the 28-year-old went ahead to score the opening goal for the Stadio Olimpico outfit before Dzeko sealed the winner for the hosts. “He talked all that nonsense only for Florenzi to score,” one supporter said. “What a mug.” Another commented: “Ronaldo’s no GOAT, he’s a snake. While a third made a cheeky reference to the forward’s rivalry with Lionel Messi.
That fraud should know by now that the smaller guy tends to get the better of him on the pitch,” they said. And former United team-mate Wes Brown made a huge claim about Ronaldo.