"I can only say that VAR would've helped the referee in this decision", Allegri said.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has sensationally admitted the club had no intention of selling Cristiano Ronaldo, but had to open the door for the superstar when he made clear his intentions to leave.
THE Italian newspaper Tuttosport has called for referee Felix Brych to be dropped by Uefa after his sending-off of Cristiano Ronaldo in Juventus' Champions League win at Valencia on Wednesday night, branding the German's display at Mestalla "shameful".
And Marca have now delved into Cristiano Ronaldo's state of mind - as well as those in his inner circle. The reported punishment means Ronaldo will miss Juventus' home game against Young Boys on October 2 but will be available to face former club Manchester United on October 23 at Old Trafford.
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The 24-year-old was speaking to DAZN sports and was quoted as saying "I just found out it (the red card) was because he pulled Murillo's hair".
Emre Can caused a stir after Ronaldo's controversial Champions League red card. "One hundred per cent, that is not a red card".
Juventus beat Valencia anyway thanks to two Miralem Pjanic penalties. Come on, we're not women. We can't go back in time because Ronaldo has already been sent off and the match has finished'. This would have ruled him out of Juventus' visit to Ronaldo's former club Manchester United on matchday 3.
"He will feel like he was letting his team-mates down in that moment, but I expect him to play in both games against Manchester United", he submitted.
"I see it as he's passionate for the game, at his age, he feels like he's let down his team".