UEFA says its disciplinary panel will judge the case of Ronaldo's first Champions League red card on September 27.
As long as referees will be dogmatic and reveal their misunderstanding of the game and the absence of VAR, we will continue to have misinterpretations like the kind of Felix Brych in the Juventus/Valencia encounter.
On a disastrous night for Real as they lost a Madrid derby for the first time in 14 years, Ronaldo kicked out at Atletico captain Gabi in the final few minutes and was shown a straight red.
"When we all believe that the best thing is this that has happened, we reach an agreement".
The 24-year-old came in as a substitute for fellow countryman, Sami Khedira, who had a suspected hamstring injury.
Luciano Spalletti's Inter scored two goals in a seven-minute spell, sparked by captain Mauro Icardi who scored his first goal of the season on his Champions League debut. "Getting players like Icardi to break their ducks is fundamental, as we need his goals", said Spalletti. "We're not women. I think we're playing football here".
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She further revealed, "My father told the producers that we will leave for the day and asked them to think over the situation". I have been a part of this film industry since the last 35 years and haven't had anyone saying such things about me ever".
"Therefore, there shouldn't be one and we immediately implement VAR in the Champions League".
Juventus would appeal to get Ronaldo's punishment reduced as he could miss a crucial away game at Old Trafford against his old club - Manchester United.
Eusebio Di Francesco's side have not won since their opening game against Torino in August, and travel Sunday to Bologna.
Messi has made clear his determination to go all the way in Europe this season and the Argentine duly scored the first goal of the 2018-19 group stage from a superb first-half free-kick.
And Lippi insisted the reaction of the footballing world to Ronaldo's red card is further proof UEFA must make use of the new technology.
"It's hard to explain, I don't understand it", said midfielder Philippe Coutinho, who is looking forward to making his debut in the competition for the Catalan club after being cup-tied last season.