Emre Can sorry for 'we're not women' comment on Cristiano Ronaldo

The 33-year-old was perhaps unfortunate that German referee Felix Brych opted for a red, rather than a yellow, card but there was still risk in engaging with Murillo.

It was an eventful Champions League debut for Cristiano Ronaldo in Juventus colours.

However, according to the Times' Paul Hirst, Ronaldo is unlikely to face any further punishment beyond the automatic one match ban brought by a red card, and will therefore he available to play at Old Trafford next month.

Cristiano Ronaldo will learn next week if he is banned from playing at former club Manchester United in the Champions League.

Cristiano Ronaldo appeared inconsolable for a minute after receiving a red card in Juventus' Champions League win over Valencia.

The encounter will see Ronaldo make an emotional return to Old Trafford, before facing United again, in Turin on November 7. 27 to decide whether to extend the ban.

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UEFA rules state that a player who is sent off is suspended for the next match in the competition but if the episode is deemed a "serious offence", he could miss more games.

The Germany worldwide midfielder added: "I just heard he said it was because of hair pulling".

Ronaldo walked off the field in tears after the incident with Jeison Murillo, leaving Can angered by the controversial dismissal.

Article 15 of UEFA's regulations states that bans of more than one game are for offences such as abusive language towards a match official, serious assault or for receiving a caution or red card on goal.

"Going down to 10 men in the Champions League for an incident like that is disappointing".

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