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Newly-released footage shows the moment that Cristiano Ronaldo and Juan Cuadrado clashed in the Juventus dressing room, as the Italian side battled to save their Champions League campaign.
The new Amazon Prime documentary, All or Nothing: Juventus, has already given fans plenty of insight into the inner workings of the club, as well as that of Ronaldo himself.
However, one of the standout exchanges involved the Portuguese star in conversation with Cuadrado, formerly of Chelsea.
The incident took place during last season's Champions League Last 16 tie, with Andrea Pirlo's side attempting to overcome a 2-1 first-leg deficit to Porto.
However, the second leg, back at Juve's Allianz Stadium, started awfully for the hosts, after Sergio Oliveira handed the away side a 19th-minute lead from the spot.
Going into the half-time break trailing 3-1, the following exchange took place between CR7 and the Columbian international.
In the clip, the 36-year-old is clearly frustrated by his team's performance, which leads to Cuadrado attempting to calm him down.
Ronaldo: "We have to work harder. What the f***! We didn't play at all! Nothing!"
Cuadrado: "Don't worry"
Ronaldo: "We played s***, always!"
Cuadrado: "You must be an example for everyone"
Ronaldo: "I'm included too. We have to tell each other the truth, we played s***. This is a Champions League match, we need to have personality."
Pirlo then interjects, as Record reports, saying: "That's enough, let's go. That's enough, Cri. That's enough, Juan."
"We have to be calm and patient. We will continue in this spirit, but without arguing, with the posture of someone who wants to win."
Cristiano crying after the Champions League with FC Porto. :cry:pic.twitter.com/IfsR6H63pp
- Mu. (@FutbolMuu) November 25, 2021
It would turn out to be a brutal evening for the five-time Ballon d'Or winner, as The Old Lady were dumped out of the Champions League by an opponent they really should have beaten.
Just a few months later, both Pirlo and Ronaldo would exit the club, with the latter securing an emotional return to Manchester United.
Despite his best efforts, Ronaldo was ultimately unable to bring the Champions League trophy back to Turin for the first time since 1996.
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