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Atlético Madrid Fan Posts 'Conspiracy Video' On Cristiano Ronaldo's Second Goal For Juventus

Adnan Riaz

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Atlético Madrid Fan Posts 'Conspiracy Video' On Cristiano Ronaldo's Second Goal For Juventus

Goal-line technology and VAR have changed the landscape of refereeing decisions in football, but one Atlético Madrid fan is convinced there is a conspiracy theory around Cristiano Ronaldo's second goal for Juventus in the Champions League on Tuesday.

Yes, the Spanish club had a 2-0 advantage going into the second leg at the Juventus Stadium, but that was before the former Manchester United and Real Madrid ace scored a show-stealing hat-trick.

Now, Twitter user Rey Cholo posted a video that questions whether Ronaldo's second header beat Jan Oblak.

No, we're not even making this up!

Check it out below.

Some next-level conspiracy theory, right?

Massimiliano Allegri's men have booked their spot in the last eight alongside Liverpool, Ajax, Manchester United, Porto, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City and Barcelona.

The Juventus boss, whose future has remained uncertain at the Old Lady, took the opportunity to address his critics after the match.

"Those who criticise are not my problem, it's their problem," he said.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

"What else am I supposed to do? In five years we've won four and three-quarters Scudetti, reached the Champions League final twice, won the Coppa Italia four times.

"What more can I do? They're the ones who need to get treatment, not me. In any case, criticism can be educational, and it's fun for me, too."

While the 51-year-old Italian manager believed that his side "weren't perfect," he did praise his team's performance and ability to "remain concentrated."

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

"There was the risk of taking a hysterical approach to the game, as the idea of the comeback had been talked about so much, but we had 95 minutes to get the job done," he added.

"We did very well and the team deserve congratulations.

"It would've been really strange for Ronaldo to end his Champions League season with only one goal... He did well and the lads all contributed, including the fans providing a marvellous frame for the match.

"I think we gave a wonderful evening of football to all those passionate about the sport in Italy."

Will Juventus make it to the final of the Champions League this season?

Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Football News, Jan Oblak, Football, Serie A, Atletico Madrid, old lady, Juventus, Champions League, Massimiliano Allegri, Juventus Stadium, Cristiano Ronaldo

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