Juventus (Picture: Getty) Arsene Wenger believes Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo what 'good' that Manchester United overshadowed his exquisite goal against his former club with a late comeback in Turin.
United scored twice in the final five minutes to pull off on unlikely comeback in Italy.
Leonardo Bonucci's over-the-top ball and the 33-year-old celebrated wildly against his former club. Ronaldo scored a stunning opener on the hour.
The forward apologized to the avengers, shortly after his celebration, acknowledging that.
Juventus were stunned by United in the dying minutes (Picture: Getty) Ronaldo took a dig at the United States by claiming they were not deserving the victory and were looking for pieces to equalize.
However, Wenger believes the real reason Ronaldo was upset what he said he would not be any longer.
Wenger was speaking to Bein Sports (Picture: Getty) 'It's such a fantastic goal, it surprises us all, we have seen so many games, but we're still surprised because it does not,' Wenger told Bein Sports.
He has a short backlift, he has not made a good move, he has not got a good response.
'He [Ronaldo] will go home tonight, believe me, absolutely gutted because a goal like that will not be because they lost the game.
'This goal, with a 1-0 victory, would have been all over the world tomorrow.'
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