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New Footage Shows Cristiano Ronaldo And Santiago Ichazo Shortly After Chest Bump

New Footage Shows Cristiano Ronaldo And Santiago Ichazo Shortly After Chest Bump

Cristiano Ronaldo's celebration for his winning goal in the Turin derby last night caused a real stir after he chest-bumped Torino goalkeeper Salvador Ichazo.

In the 70th minute of the game at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino, Ronaldo scored Juventus' 5000th goal in Serie A when his powerful penalty was too much for Ichazo despite him guessing correctly and getting a hand to it.

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As he celebrated with his teammates Ronaldo bumped into the Torino No.1 and it didn't look very accidental.

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He ended up receiving a yellow card for his conduct, though Italy striker Mario Balotelli took to Instagram to comment that the punishment would have been different if it was him.

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However, in new footage that started doing the rounds, it appears as though Ronaldo did sort out the issue with Ichazo, placing his hand on his face in what Portuguese outlet O Jogo are deeming to be "a clear apology".

Fair play to the 33-year old for apologising and ensuring there were no hard feelings in the end.

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The solitary goal of the game was Ronaldo's 11th in 16 Serie A matches this season and means Juventus are now 11 points clear at the top of the table.

Topics: Football News, Scudetto, Football, Serie A, Juventus, Torino, Cristiano Ronaldo, Italy

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