In the Italian Serie A, Cristiano Ronaldo is the hero of the match against AC Milan.
He scored a hat trick as Milan defeated Juventus 3-1 in the Champions League.
But for those who were watching the game on TV, the celebration was a bit too much for the referee, who said it was a foul.
The referee’s reaction to the goal has caused a huge stir in Italy, with fans protesting outside his home in Montevideo, and there have been protests outside his dressing room.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) says it is investigating the incident.
The match was being broadcast live on television when the referee’s decision was made, and it wasn’t until the final whistle that the match was restarted.
But the match wasn’t restarted because of the referee saying it was foul, but because of how the game was going and how it was going to be played.
On social media, many were not happy with the referee for being rude.
The official was also criticized by the refereeing body for not getting to see the ball in the air and not doing his job properly.
In the end, the game continued.
But this time, the referee was not called by the official in charge of the official rules for his own safety.
This is the second time in recent days that the official has been criticized for his reaction to an official’s whistle.
In a match against Juventus on Tuesday, the official was criticized for not calling for a foul when a ball was shot by Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain.
This time, it was the referee who was called for the foul, not the official.