Ronaldo didn’t seem happy despite Juventus’ victory over Genoa and threw his shirt away after the final whistle.

The Portuguese star failed to score in the Old Lady’s win against the Grifone and seemed irritable during the second half when he urged his teammates to get him service.

The former Real Madrid star had missed an open goal in the first half, but Alvaro Morata did find the net on the rebound to double Juventus' lead.

Ronaldo didn’t seem happy despite Juventus’ victory over Genoa and threw his shirt away after the final whistle.

The Portuguese star failed to score in the Old Lady’s win against the Grifone and seemed irritable during the second half when he urged his teammates to get him service.

The former Real Madrid star had missed an open goal in the first half, but Alvaro Morata did find the net on the rebound to double Juventus' lead.

Ronaldo left the pitch fuming after the final whistle as he threw his jersey away, close to the opponents’ goal.

A ball boy quickly picked it up, but Ronaldo had already left the pitch shaking his head to express his discontent.

Ronaldo made headlines earlier in March when he was denied a goal in Serbia-Portugal.

That time, he threw his captain’s armband to the ground, causing controversy, just like it’s happening today as many Juventus fans are complaining about the striker’s behaviour on social media.

“It’s normal he wanted to score a goal, especially when the game was getting complicated, as he is a champion and always wants to make his mark,” Pirlo explained after the final whistle.

The coach added in his post-match press conference that Ronaldo won't get fined.

 

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