There’s an old saying that regular goal scorers come out with that suggests they don’t care who puts the ball in the net as long as the points get put on the board.
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Well that apparently doesn’t apply to Cristiano Ronaldo, who took his cry baby credentials to the next level on Wednesday night by refusing to celebrate a goal scored by teammate Alvaro Arbeloa.
Racing on to the end of a cross, the ball reached the former Liverpool full-back before the Ballon d’Or winner, who poked it home into an open net.
From the off Ronaldo look perturbed, who booted the ball back into the net and walked off with a few mournful shakes of the head.
Having already been two goals up, Arbeloa’s poach was the third and final of a comprehensive 3-0 victory. James Rodriguez put the title hopeful ahead, with their advantage being doubled thanks to a Mauro Dos Santos own goal.