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Cristiano Ronaldo slammed by fans after making angry gesture when Dybala scored


- Cristiano Ronaldo has been accused by fans of making angry gesture on social media
- The Portuguese was seen punching the air with his fist when Dybala scored against Bologna
- The 33-year-old failed to score for the Bianconeri in the second consecutive match in five days
Cristiano Ronaldo had a strange celebration when Juventus took the lead against Bologna through Paulo Dybala.
The Bianconeri went 13-points clear in Serie A and the Portuguese is looking to secure his first league title in Italy since leaving Real Madrid last summer.
However the 33-year-old fired blanks as midfielder Dybala got the only goal of the match.
While the score was at 0-0 in the 66th minute, Dybala has been on the pitch for eight minutes after coming on for Alex Sandro.
But the Argentine was at the right place and at the right time when he received the ball from Blaise Matuidi.
But Ronaldo was waiting behind the defence when the ball hits Bologna defender Filip Helander, as it falls kindly to Dybala who finished into the bottom corner.
While teammates were celebrating, Ronaldo hurls his fist through the air in a strange celebration.
After shouting to himself, the 33-year-old then walks over to his team-mates to congratulate Dybala.
But the former Manchester United star had a stony look on his face throughout.
And fans on Twitter slammed the striker for not getting on his name in the scoresheet
“Ronaldo had a s*** game,” one supporter said.
Another commented: “Ronaldo disaster class.”
While a third made a big claim about the forward’s season.
“Ronaldo having his worst game of the season,” they said.
The only goal of the match was scored in the 67th minute by Argentine international Paulo Dybala.

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