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Cristiano Ronaldo didn't get on the scoresheet in the Champions League on Tuesday and he even tried to stop his teammates goal from counting by calling for offside, according to some fans.
Paulo Dybala was the hero for Juventus as they came back from 1-0 down to beat Lokomotiv Moscow 2-1, thanks to two late goals from the Argentina forward.
The winner came after Alex Sandro's strike was parried by the Lokomotiv goalkeeper. Ronaldo was actually in an offside position and made a move towards the ball initially, before Dybala got their first, and to some it looked like the five time Ballon d'Or winner raised his hand to ask for offside.
Paulo Dybala take a bow :raised_hands:- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) October 22, 2019
He came up with two big goals to pull Juve out of trouble, and the first was an absolute beauty :fire: pic.twitter.com/fyLCNAVdky
Can I know why Ronaldo was raising his hand up..for offside or goal ? Just a question no bant intended- MESSI D'GOAT (@Iam_ikechukwu01) October 22, 2019
Loool Ronaldo puts his hands up calling for offside?? :sob::sob::sob::sob: https://t.co/eUoBKrsQ5W- RAPHI:reminder_ribbon: (@BCN_Raphi) October 22, 2019
So Dybala jist scored the winning goal for Juv and Ronaldo asking for offside rather then celebrating with his team mate pic.twitter.com/t6cHhR1rzj- Frank Lampard (@iTweetLampard) October 22, 2019
Why was Ronaldo trying to call offside on dybala's goal?- R.Jr (@itsmebojanic) October 22, 2019
Is ronaldo asking for the offside flag? https://t.co/YcPyMyWrmQ- Mario Reyes (@bluebloodcfc19) October 22, 2019
Ronaldo raising his hands up to suggest Dybala's 2nd goal was offside. What sort of madness is this #JUVLOM- The Nas (@Mos_Hygh) October 22, 2019
It does look like the 34-year-old is celebrating his teammates goal but he certainly couldn't have been much less muted with his celebration.
After scoring the winner Dybala slid into the corner to celebrate wildly and was soon joined by several teammates but the man who was closest to him when he scored was about seventh in line to join in.
It isn't the first time that the former Manchester United winger has been criticised for not celebrating his teammates goals.
At one point during his time in Spain he looked annoyed whenever Gareth Bale scored for Real Madrid rather than him.
Whether he was annoyed or not at his teammate scoring on Tuesday it was a good comeback for the Old Lady and kept them top of Group D, ahead of Atletico Madrid, after three games.