Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, reacted to scoffs from Atletico Madrid fans on Wednesday night, by holding up five fingers to speak to the Champions League titles he has won.
The home fans booed Ronaldo all through the diversion, as they watched their group beat the Italian victors 2-0 in their round of 16 first leg conflict.
Despite the fact that the 34-year-old came nearest with a pounding long-extend free-kick which was spared by Jan Oblak, he was stayed silent by Jose Gimenez and Diego Godin.
Gimenez and Godin both proceeded to score amid a five-minute spell in the second half, to give Atletico a two-objective favorable position in front of the second leg in Turin.
Atletico’s supporters at the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium, detecting Ronaldo’s disappointments, started sneering at him each time he made history close to the ball.
Ronaldo, who played for their city matches Real Madrid for a long time, reacted with the hand signal towards the stands, helping Athlete’s home help to remember what number of Champions League titles he’s won as the years progressed.
The forward lifted the trophy on four events with Real Madrid and once with Manchester United.