Cristiano Ronaldo fined for goal celebration

Cristiano Ronaldo fined for goal celebration

Cristiano Ronaldo fined for goal celebration

Dubbed Mr. Champions League, Ronaldo, has won the UCL five times, four with Real Madrid, and is aiming to help Juventus break its finals losing streak in the competition.

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Juventus signed the five-time Ballon d'Or victor for 100 million euros ($117 million) last summer from Real Madrid and pay him a 31-million-euro annual salary.

Ronaldo was included in coach Fernando Santos' team Friday for upcoming matches against Ukraine and Serbia, its first qualifiers for the European Championship.

Cristiano Ronaldo received his first chance on goal after cutting in from the right side, but he failed to squeeze the ball through Andriy Pyatov's legs on 24 minutes.

Portugal will play Ukraine on March 22 and Serbia on March 25 in Lisbon. He is also Portugal's most experienced player with 154 appearances.

Ronaldo himself commands a huge following in Asia, having embarked on a personal "CR7" tour to China after the World Cup last summer.

Real Madrid are the reigning UEFA Champions League winners after Los Blancos completed a hat-trick of crowns past year.

After the rape claims against the forward broke in September, Juventus offered a message of support, saying: "Ronaldo has shown in recent months his great professionalism and dedication, which is appreciated by everyone at Juventus".

"We want to defend our title", Santos said.

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