Cristiano Ronaldo charged by UEFA after Atletico celebration

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Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo has been charged by UEFA after his celebration against Athletico Madrid after he scored an hatrick to qualify the Italian side to the quarter finals.

The Portuguese star was reported by Atletico Madrid following his “Cojones” celebration as he hit a hat-trick in the victory over the Spanish side last week. If found guilty Ronaldo could miss out on his sides quarter-final clash with Ajax. UEFA will hear the case on the 21st of March. 



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