Juventus forward thought he had scored a late victory win goal regardless of the ball being cleared by Stefan Mitrovic, replays seemed to show it that the ball has crossed the line; Portugal supervisor Fernando Santos says it is 'unsatisfactory' VAR and goal line technology isn't utilized in World Cup qualifying games
Cristiano Ronaldo stomped off the pitch and tossed his captain's band on the floor after he was denied a very late victory against Serbia.
Cristiano Ronaldo says the entire country has been "hurt" subsequent to being questionably denied an additional time champ in their World Cup qualifying 2-2 draw against Serbia.
The Juventus forward thought he had scored despite the fact that his targeted shot was cleared by defender Stefan Mitrovic, TV replays seemed to show the ball crossing the goal line.
With the fact that, with no goal line system or VAR accessible in Belgrade his efforts was not allowed.
Ronaldo was reserved for protesting prior to stomping off the pitch at the last whistle and throwing away his captain's band in disturb.
Ronaldo later took to Instagram to vent his frustrations, posting: "I always give and will give everything for my country, that will never change.
"However, there are troublesome occasions one needs to manage, particularly when we feel that a whole country is being hurt.
"We will keep our heads up and face the following competition now."
Portugal head coach Fernando Santos has asked VAR to be utilized after seeing Cristiano Ronaldo's goal precluded in the draw with Serbia.
'Unsatisfactory' not to have VAR and goal line technology'
"The ref apologized, he has seen the video and that is the subsequent time it's occurred, ref saying 'sorry' after qualifying the game.
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