Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has blasted former club Manchester United after their late 1-2 win over Old Lady’s in Wednesday’s Champions cracker in Turin.
According to The Mirror citing Viasport, the Portuguese, who netted his first UCL goal for Juventus after his volley went past David De Gea in the second half, insists the home side did not deserve to lose all three points from the match.
“I was happy with the goal but we are disappointed because we should win the game easily, by three or four goals,” Ronaldo was quoted as saying to Viasport.
“Manchester didn’t do much, they created two chances from set pieces. English teams are always looking for set pieces.
“But we will learn from our mistakes and we are still top of the group and we are good,” he noted.
The five-time world best player Ronaldo and Juventus are seen as potential winners of the Champions League this campaign, but the former Los Blancos star, who has claimed the trophy three times in the last three seasons believes it is still a long way to the top.
Meanwhile, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has praised the new striker, Cristiano Ronaldo for raising the standard at the Allianz Arena.
The Portuguese forward joined the Old Lady after Russia 2018 in a super deal and has scored four goals in eight Italian topflight matches.
They are yet to loose any point this season after winning all ten matches so far in all competitions leading to table with six points.