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Unseen footage has emerged of Cristiano Ronaldo's furious reaction to Portugal's defeat to Georgia.

The group stage of Euro 2024 drew to a close on Wednesday evening, and fans were treated to one of the biggest shocks in international football history.

Georgia, playing in their first ever major tournament, beat Portugal 2-0 to secure a place in the last-16 as the best third-place team.

Georgia impressed in their opening day 3-1 defeat to Turkiye and their subsequent 1-1 draw with Czechia, but it looked like they would bow out of Euro 2024.

Cristiano Ronaldo was fuming after Portugal's defeat. [Getty]
Cristiano Ronaldo was fuming after Portugal's defeat. [Getty]

The side ranked 74th in the world had other ideas though, with Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and Euro 2024 top goalscorer Georges Mikautadze scoring to claim a famous victory.

Napoli star Kvaratskhelia - nicknamed 'Kvaradona' by fans - scored inside the first two minutes, before Mikautadze scored from the penalty spot.

In-between those two moments, Georgia alternated between resolute defending and quick counter-attacks, but as the game wore on they had to dig deep to keep Portugal at bay.

Portugal's struggles were such that talisman Cristiano Ronaldo was substituted by Roberto Martinez with 25 minutes left to play.

The 39-year-old clearly wasn't happy with his manager's decision, but his reaction was nothing compared to what happened at the full-time whistle.

Footage uploaded to X by @losblancoszone showed Ronaldo head towards the tunnel, grab his shirt dramatically and gesticulate in frustration.

It's not clear who the former Real Madrid and Manchester United star was aiming his frustration at, but the shirt-grabbing gesture might have been in reference to a penalty appeal he had waved away.

In the first half Ronaldo felt that his shirt was tugged in the penalty area, but referee Sandro Schaerer waved play on before booking the Portugal captain for his protestations.

Footage of the post-match incident taken from the stands didn't reflect well on Ronaldo, especially as he had spent much of the game complaining to the officials and openly venting his frustration.

Portugal had already clinched top spot in Group F, but Ronaldo didn't seem too inclined to congratulate Georgia on their truly historic achievement.

Portugal will face Slovenia in the round-of-16 in Frankfurt on Monday.

Featured Image Credit: @losblancoszone

Topics: Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal, Football, Euro 2024