- Cristiano Ronaldo was substituted in Juventus 1-0 win over AC Milan in a crunch Serie A match
- The Portuguese international went straight into the dressing room after coming off for Paulo Dybala
- Juventus won the match by 1-0 with 13 minutes left to play courtesy of a Dybala strike and move top of Serie A
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Cristiano Ronaldo for the second time in as many days was not happy to be substituted in a Serie A contest against AC Milan.
The Portuguese international was taken off for Paulo Dybala after just nine minutes into the second half while the scores was still at 0-0.
The 34-year-old shook hands with his Argentine teammate and went straight into the dressing for an early shower.
And with 13 minutes left to play, Dybala scored a brilliant individual goal which gave the Turin giants vital three points and a 1-0 win.
The Bianconeri were not as their best as the Rossoneri forced several saves from their in-form goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny.
Ronaldo was also subbed off in Juventus midweek Champions League win over Lomotiv Moscow for Dybala but it was Douglas Costa who scored the winner in the 90th minute that gave Juve a slim 2-1 victory.
But Maurizio Sarri had explained that the midweek substitution was due to concerns about the striker's knee problem to make him available for the epic clash with Milan.
Juventus return back to the top of the league with one point before the international break after Inter Milan went temporarily ahead following a 2-1 win over Verona.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that Lionel Messi has been regarded as the greatest footballer of all time but one fan is of a different opinion about the his capabilities.
A Twitter user known as @AntiLaportismo has listed ten reasons why the Barcelona captain can not be called the best ever footballer that played the game.
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