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Paulo Dybala scored one but could of had another if it wasn't for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Surprisingly, Juventus failed to beat Young Boys on Wednesday night. However, the Serie A leaders secured top spot in Group H as a result of Manchester United losing at Valencia.
Though Juventus could of salvaged a point if it wasn't for Ronaldo lurking in an offside position, and attempting to get a head on the ball.
Deep, deep into stoppage time, Dybala struck a beautiful strike from 25-yards out which rifled into the back of the net.
But his superb effort was ruled out because Ronaldo was OFFSIDE.
Ronaldo deprived Dybala of what could have been the GOAL OF THE SEASON! pic.twitter.com/EoVYWiHzhM- ASG (@ahadfoooty) December 12, 2018
That didn't stop the Argentine sensation from wheeling away in celebration. He was, of course, halted as the linesman raised his flag.
Always said Ronaldo is NOT and will NEVER be a team player- ＹＡＺＺ (@Yazz_Official) December 13, 2018
Why's everyone so surprised he ruined a world class strike from Dybala to grab the headlines AGAIN
Only One ... LIONEL MESSI #ronaldo #Juventus #YoungBoys #ChampionsLeague
Dybala scores an absolute screamer and Ronaldo jumps whilst offside to try and get a nick on it #egomaniac- :soccer:442oons:soccer: (@442oons) December 12, 2018
Disallowed for offside :laughing:
Ronaldo trying to take credit from Dybala's screamer which would lead to Juve equaliser only for him to be offside, things stats won't show you https://t.co/8q38kZYqCV- Oluwaseyi :raised_hand: (@Shexxilona) December 12, 2018
Ronaldo tried to steal dybala's goal which lead to the goal getting disallowed lmao.- RITWIK THAKUR :flag_in: (@lukagodric) December 13, 2018
Meanwhile, Juventus will be in the pot for the knockout draw.
Who will they be paired up with? Not long to find out.
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