Published: Thu, September 27, 2018
Sport | By Patty Hardy

Champions League: Messi hat trick and defeat PSG

Champions League: Messi hat trick and defeat PSG

UEFA says its disciplinary panel will judge the case of Ronaldo's first Champions League red card on September 27.

Juve have started the new season in good form as they look to win a domestic double for a fifth consecutive year.

Ronaldo is the Champions League's record scorer, having netted on 120 occasions, 17 more than Lionel Messi, who is next on the list.

As long as referees will be dogmatic and reveal their misunderstanding of the game and the absence of VAR, we will continue to have misinterpretations like the kind of Felix Brych in the Juventus/Valencia encounter.

Ronaldo rewrote the history books during his nine-year stay in the Spanish capital, ending his time at the Bernabeu as Madrid's leading all-time scorer with 450 goals in just 438 games.

"But these things can happen and we must be stronger than everyone and everything". "We could have been 4-0 up after the opening period, then came that absurd sending-off".

Isco curled home a sumptuous 45th-minute free-kick to give the 13-time champions the lead, before Gareth Bale made it three goals in two Champions League matches after his spectacular double in May's final triumph over Liverpool.

Frosinone sit second from bottom in the Serie A table after three defeats and a draw in their four matches so far. They were last European champions in 1996 when Ronaldo was 11 and playing youth football for Nacional.

"So I'm sure that, Benzema is already showing, Bale is already showing scoring nearly every goal that they played during the pre-season and the start of the season. We can't have the same XI in every game".

Van Bommel wants the Dutch league leaders to stay professional as they begin the Champions League season facing the player he called the best in the world.

How Many Games Ronaldo Will Miss - Will He Return To Old Trafford? It was an awesome comeback by the Italian side at San Siro with Mauro Icardi and Vecino scoring late goals.

Ronaldo left the pitch in tears after German referee Felix Brych made a decision to send him off.

Valencia coach Marcelinho was left to rue the gulf in standards.

"I heard that it was for him pulling hair".

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