Cristiano Ronaldo did not believe  his expulsion

THE PORTUGUESE DOES not UNDERSTAND HIS SANCTION

The message of Cristiano Ronaldo in Instagram 'crying'

Published:16/08/2017 - 18:40h

Updated:16/08/2017 - 19:23h

The Committee of Appeal has ratified the five parties of sanction to Cristiano Ronaldo and the player of the Real Madrid has showed his disconformidad with the decision publishing a message in Instagram. It does not understand it a lot

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The Committee of Appeal has kept the five meetings of punishment to Cristiano Ronaldo, and from now the Real Madrid no descarta ask the suspension cautelar of the sanction to the Court of Sportive Arbitration (TAD). It will lose the start of the domestic championship. 

And the forward of the Madrid, waiting for what the club can work in the dispatches to reduce this sanction, has reacted in the social networks with a 'post' very conclusive in which it shows his disconformidad in front of such sanction, that considers 'unfair' and 'exaggerated'. 

In hardly an hour his message has done viral and has circulated by the social networks like the foam. Few times see acts like this publicly, are used to to be more the clubs those that issue communicated. 

A clear message

"It seems me exaggerated and ridiculous, this can call persecution. Thanks to my mates by the support and the fans", can read in the text that accompanies to a photography of the referee showing the red to Cristiano. It is clear that the Portuguese has not accepted it too much...

A very distinct message to the that had put this Tuesday, hanging a video in a training in which it marked an alike goal to the that did in the Camp Nou the Sunday. An indirect to the Barça, fans and the referees? In any case, will take some weeks in seeing to the Portuguese in a terrain of game.

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