Before entering the match against the Czech Republic, C. Ronaldo was accused by the Football Association (FA) of violating article E3 of the FA with a problem smashing the phone of young fans after a 1-0 defeat to Everton in March.

Before entering the match against the Czech Republic, C. Ronaldo was accused by the Football Association (FA) of violating article E3 of the FA with a problem smashing the phone of young fans after a 1-0 defeat to Everton in March.

He was accused of inappropriate and violent behaviour.

Earlier, C. Ronaldo was “conditionally warned” by the police for this incident.

Superstar C. Ronaldo bled after colliding with Czech goalkeeper Tomas Vaclik during a Nations League match on the evening of 24/9.

In the 12th minute of the match, C. Ronaldo jumped up to dispute the ball with goalkeeper Tomas Vaclik in the penalty area.

When they both jumped up, the Czech goalkeeper’s hand swung hard at the Portuguese superstar’s face.

C. Ronaldo fell onto the pitch holding his face, blood dripping from his nose.

The 37-year-old striker was cared for by doctors, then continued on to the field with a bandage in his nose.

Before the bloodshed, C. Ronaldo also collided with an opposing player who tore his ankle socks.

Injured early in the first half but he remained in action for the rest of the game.

The injury also seemed to affect the 1985-born striker as he missed several chances his team-mates facilitated scoring.

In the injury time of the first half, when Portugal were leading 2-0, C. Ronaldo let his hand touch the ball in the penalty area.

The Czech Republic were awarded a penalty but Patrik Schick shot out.

CR7 did not shine but his two teammates at MU, Diogo Dalot and Bruno Fernandes, both played explosively.

Dalot scored a brace and Fernandes scored a goal, contributing to Portugal’s 4-0 victory.

Taking three points away from home, Portugal rose to the top of Group B of group A Nations League.

On September 27, C. Ronaldo and his teammates played Spain – the second-placed team two points behind – at home in the last leg, vying for a place in the semifinals.