SEUL – The Seoul police have started an investigation after the complaint of a lawyer, Oh Seok-hyun, who represents 2,000 fans who consider themselves scammed for the lack of participation of Cristiano Ronaldo in the friendly match between Juventus and a selection of the South Korean league . The newspaper 'The Chosun Ilbo' writes, explaining that "the international investigation" was opened on the basis of a "fraud" hypothesis for the lack of presence in the field of CR7, left to rest by Sarri and that followed the match off the bench.
The investigation is also against the company 'The Fasta Inc.' who had organized the game ensuring the presence of the Portuguese. The executive dome of the South Korean football league after the match had released a statement expressing "profound indignation and disappointment at Juventus' behavior, from which we demand a sincere apology and the explanation of why Ronaldo was not used. The contract provided for his presence in the field for at least 45 minutes ”.
"After seeing that Ronaldo had not entered the field even at the start of the second half, we asked Juventus to honor the contract . They replied that they knew the clause but the player was injured. Later they did not answer our calls. "
The match, Juventus equalized 3-3 against the Korean stars without Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Asian tour of Juventus closes with a draw, 3-3, against the K-League Team. The bianconeri of Sarri have remounted the South Korean selection after being disadvantaged by 3-1 in the match started with 55 minutes late due to the traffic in Seoul that blocked the Juventus bus.
After the Korean advantage of Osmar, Juventus drew with Muratore, suffering however at the end of the first half the new advantage of the Asians with goal of Cesinha, who celebrated imitating Ronaldo's exultation.
In the second half, third Korean goal with Taggart before goals from Matuidi and Pereira for the final 3-3 (sources The Chosun Ilbo and Ansa).
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