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A fan has sensationally claimed that Cristiano Ronaldo leaving Real Madrid for Juventus is the "worst individual sporting decision in football history."
The Portuguese superstar, who has five Champions League titles to his name, was brought to the club to lead them to European glory having failed to win the competition since 1996.
But the 36-year-old has yet to land his team the prestigious 'Big Ears' trophy.
In his three Champions League seasons for the Italian giants, they've been knocked out by Ajax, Lyon and, of course, Porto.
And Ronaldo's decision to leave serial Champions League winners Real has been slammed by a fan who has gone as far as saying it's the worst individual sporting decision in football history.
The social media user tweeted: "Cristiano Ronaldo leaving 3-peat winners Real Madrid is the worst individual sporting decision in football history. He can only blame himself for it."
Cristiano Ronaldo leaving 3-peat winners Real Madrid is the worst individual sporting decision in football history. He can only blame himself for it.
- TC. (@totalcristiano) March 9, 2021
Ronaldo could be set for an underwhelming season with Juventus trailing AC Milan and Inter Milan in Serie A.
Club legends Fabio Capello and Alessandro Del Piero both slammed Ronaldo over his performance against Porto.
Capello said: "Certain goals cannot be conceded.
"Cristiano Ronaldo jumping and turning in the wall... whoever is in the wall cannot be afraid of being hit.
"It is an unforgivable mistake that has no excuse."
Del Piero added: "Cristiano must take some blame, of course.
"He did not have many chances but he wasted that header that we should have taken advantage of."
Ronaldo is contracted to Juventus until the end of next season with reports claiming a move away from Italy could be on the cards.
Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United, among others, are reportedly interested in signing the forward.
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