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Champions League Snapshot: Ronaldo Leaves Pitch In Gloveless Huff As CSKA Moscow Peg Real Madrid Back In Stoppage Time (Photos & Highlights)

By Chris Wright

Here we see whining man-toddler Cristiano Ronaldo leaving the plaggy Luzhniki pitch in a strop after seeing his 35th goal in 36 games cancelled out in the last few seconds of stoppage time by CSKA Moscow debutant Pontus Wernbloom’s slashed close-range volley…

“Wah, wah, wah. Me, me, me. Piss, piss. Moan, moan”

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Photos: PA

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By Chris on February 22nd, 2012 in Champions League, Real Madrid. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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8 Responses to “Champions League Snapshot: Ronaldo Leaves Pitch In Gloveless Huff As CSKA Moscow Peg Real Madrid Back In Stoppage Time (Photos & Highlights)”

  1. Dont worry says:

    The man has no right to be angry/frustrated?

  2. Darren says:

    That last second goal by Moscow, literally, made the whole Madrid team pissed. The look Iker gave to his defense after it was scored could kill.

  3. Jay says:

    Banging white tights from CR7….Wish I had these on me Sunday morning matches in Winter!!

  4. kurt says:

    this is what’s wrong about all reports on cristiano ronaldo. whatever he does, it’s always seen as a sign of arrogance. for any other player it would’ve been normal to be angry

  5. Isaac says:

    The best part is that it’s Ronaldo who doesn’t close down fast enough to stop the ball from going into the box.

  6. Del says:

    Can I have those gloves?

  7. Patrick says:

    “Bi*** please, I can’t play defense, too.”

  8. dumbass says:

    He is the most talented man/toddler you’ll ever meet. But overall I’m glad to see him score at the Luzhniki again.

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