Cristiano Ronaldo fumes at Juventus team-mate Paulo Dybala after goal

Cristiano Ronaldo’s side beat Bologna 1-0 in Serie A.

The results puts them 13 points clear at the top of the table, the Portuguese looking to secure a league title in his first season with Juventus.

But the 33-year-old was not on the scoreboard today, with Dybala getting the only goal.

And highlights from the game show Ronaldo had a bizarre reaction to this vital score.

In the clip, Juventus are still goalless against Bologna after 66 minutes.Dybala has been on the pitch for eight minutes after coming on for Alex Sandro.

But the Argentine gets right into the action when he receives the ball from Blaise Matuidi.

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The forward gives it back to the Frenchman before running into the penalty box.

Matuidi drives the ball across, with Dybala rushing on.

But Ronaldo has crept behind the defence and is waiting to receive it on the right.

The ball is stopped by Bologna defender Filip Helander, denying the Portuguese star a chance.

Ronaldo appeared to punch the air and then walk slowly to his celebrating team-mates (Pic: ELEVEN SPORTS)

It goes straight to Dybala though, who slots it into the bottom-right corner.

His team-mates leap in celebration – but one of them is furious.

Ronaldo hurls his fist through the air while stamping, rueing the path of the ball.

After shouting to himself, the 33-year-old then walks over to his team-mates to congratulate Dybala.

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But the forward has a stony look on his face throughout.And fans on Twitter slammed the forward for not getting on the scoreboard.

“Ronaldo had a s*** game,” one supporter said.

Another commented: “Ronaldo disaster class.”

Ronaldo did not get a goal today – and was slammed by fans for his ‘worst performance’ (Pic: GETTY)

While a third made a big claim about the forward’s season.

“Ronaldo having his worst game of the season,” they said.

This comes as the Juventus star was slammed for his response to Atletico Madrid fans in the Champions League.

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