Cristiano Ronaldo explains his hand gesture vs Atletico & the search to find Edna from McDonald’s

Atletico Madrid 2 – Juventus 2

Juventus blew a 2-goal lead away at Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.

After a goalless first-half, Juan Cuadrado fired Juve ahead three minutes after the break.

Blaise Matuidi doubled Juve’s lead with 25 minutes remaining.

However, Atletico pulled a goal back through Stefan Savic, while Hector Herrera’s late header ended the game in a draw.

Cristiano Ronaldo explains his hand gesture vs Atletico

Cristiano Ronaldo has previously had problems with Atletico’s fans.

Last season, the Portuguese star was fined £17,000 for his “cojones” celebration, which mocked Atleti manager Diego Simeone.

On Wednesday, Ronaldo flashed another hand gesture towards the Spanish supporters.

When asked to explain his gesture after the game, Ronaldo cryptically said it meant “learn, you have to learn”.

Cristiano Ronaldo explains hand gesture vs Atletico

Cristiano Ronaldo almost scored a golazo & his moment with Joao Felix

While Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t open his Champions League account for the season against Atletico, he went close.

Ronaldo narrowly missed the far corner after a terrific solo run against the Atleti backline.

In a second eye-catching moment in the game, Cristiano had a chat with Atletico starlet Joao Felix.

Of course, Joao Felix and Ronaldo play together for Portugal.

Cristiano Ronaldo & the search to find Edna from McDonald’s

Away from the pitch, there’s been plenty of focus on Ronaldo following his ITV interview with Piers Morgan.

One of the stories which has gained attention related to Ronaldo’s childhood.

Before he was famous, Ronaldo revealed that a woman called Edna used to give him free food from McDonald’s.

Cristiano claimed he’s been unable to find Edna.

However, Piers Morgan has suggested that there’s progress on tracking her down.

Other clips from Cristiano Ronaldo’s ITV interview

Piers Morgan questioned Ronaldo about his recent rape allegations.

The Juventus star also discussed how he came close to signing for Arsenal.

Also see: Harry Kane revealed his anger at Tottenham’s draw at Olympiacos in the mixed zone.

Three things we learned from Wednesday’s Champions League games.

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