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Cristiano Ronaldo throws tantrum and gestures to officials as he walks off after Portugal’s dismal 2-0 loss to Slovenia

CRISTIANO RONALDO threw a tantrum and gestured angrily towards officials after Portugal’s 2-0 loss to Slovenia.

Roberto Martinez’s 11-game winning streak came to an end in last night’s friendly as Portugal were undone late on away from home.

Cristiano Ronaldo threw a tantrum as Portugal were beaten 2-0 by Slovenia

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Cristiano Ronaldo threw a tantrum as Portugal were beaten 2-0 by SloveniaCredit: Getty
He waved his arms in fury as he marched off the pitch at full time

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He waved his arms in fury as he marched off the pitch at full timeCredit: AP

Slovenia netted in the 72nd and 80th minutes to stun the visitors, who had maintained a 100 per cent record ever since the 2022 World Cup.

Al-Nassr star Ronaldo received the nod in attack after being left out of the previous win over Sweden.

But despite Portugal dominating possession, he was unable to carve out any real chances.

Ronaldo was left flattened several times as he competed with a Slovenia backline that featured Atletico Madrid goalie Jan Oblak.

The referee ignored the ex-Manchester United ace for the most-part, leaving him fuming.

And after Portugal’s late collapse, Ronaldo could not contain his anger any longer.

While walking off the pitch, cameras showed him shouting and throwing his arms around as bemused teammates watched on.

As Ronaldo headed to the tunnel, he then let rip at the assistant referee on the touchline, having already given the main official a piece of his mind.

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Ronnie then continued off the field and into the dressing room as the dust settled on the result.

Fans were quick to react to his behaviour on social media, with a mixed feeling online.

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Portugal’s record under Roberto Martinez

The 11-game winning streak is now over…

  1. Portugal 4 Liechtenstein 0

2. Luxembourg 0 Portugal 6

3. Portugal 3 Bosnia and Herzegovina 0

4. Iceland 0 Portugal 1

5. Slovakia 0 Portugal 1

6. Portugal 9 Luxembourg 0

7. Portugal 3 Slovakia 2

8. Bosnia and Herzegovina 0 Portugal 5

9. Liechenstein 0 Portugal 2

10. Portugal 2 Iceland 0

11. Portugal 5 Sweden 2

12. Slovenia 2 Portugal 0

One said: “He should rest please.”

Another declared: “He is shifting the blame.”

One noted: “He was a ghost the majority of the game.”

Another added: “The officials were ill-intentioned.”

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