- Cristiano Ronaldo bought iMac computers for the entire Juventus squad
- That was his punishment for getting a red card against Valencia
- Ronaldo was red-carded on his Champions League debut for Juventus
Juventus goalie Wojciech Szczęsny has explained how superstar Cristiano Ronaldo was made to buy all his teammates an iMac computer as punishment for his red card against Valencia.
Juventus paid a massive sum of money to buy Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid with their stated target of winning the Champions League with the help of Ronaldo.
But things turned sour for Ronaldo on his Champions League debut for Juventus as he was red-carded for fouling Valencia defender Murillo Jeison.
Ronaldo was so sad after the referee pulled out the red card and was unable to control his emotion as he cried while leaving the pitch.
His teammates went on to win the Champions League encounter 2-0 against Valencia, but that did not prevent Cristiano Ronaldo from being punished.
Then manager Allegri was said to have told Ronaldo that what he did on the pitch by pulling the hair of an opponent was against the club's rules and regulations.
But according to the report on UK Sun, Cristiano Ronaldo argued the case with Allegri for two months, claiming that he did nothing wrong in the Champions League match.
Allegri refused to hear his explanation and made him do what he ordered for as punishment.
"Yes, we all have an iMac.
"It took a very long time because he couldn't process that red card and insisted high and low that he was not doing anything wrong,'' Szczesny explained according to UK Sun.
Meanwhile, all leagues in Europe are currently on suspension and Cristiano Ronaldo and his family members are in Portugal in isolation.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported how Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly splashed massive £8.5 million on new limited Bugatti Centodieci, of which only 10 have been manufactured in the world.
According to the report on UK Sun citing Bild, the Portuguese football star recently ordered for the car which will be delivered to him next year.
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