Juventus captain Buffon: Madrid meltdown made me feel alive

Juventus captain Buffon: Madrid meltdown made me feel alive

Juventus captain Buffon: Madrid meltdown made me feel alive

Juventus goalie Gianluigi Buffon should think before challenging officials as he did during last week's Champions League defeat by Real Madrid, head of Italy referees said Monday.

In the second leg of Real and Juve's quarter-final tie last Wednesday, the Italian was sent off after protesting a last-minute penalty that was awarded to the Spanish giants, resulting in Cristiano Ronaldo effectively knocking the Bianconeri out of the competition. 'I go on vacation when the transfer window opens because I trust the club completely.

"You find a way to speak, right or wrong, that at times can seem excessive - but this is me, I am Gigi Buffon". It was a week that allowed me to experience strong emotions, beautiful, pure adrenaline.

Although Buffon has now had time to reflect on the incident, he has no intention of apologising.

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Juventus bounced back from their Champions League exit by extending their lead atop Serie A to six points with a comfortable 3-0 win over Sampdoria.

And Buffon praised 19-year-old AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma ― touted as his successor in the national team ― whose dramatic late save against Napoli could have handed Juventus the title.

He told Italian television: "I don't have to make up for anything, because I am a human being who puts passion, sentiment and anger into what I do".

"This isn't a situation where you can say it's a definite penalty". There are always kids listening.

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Sport understands Lucy Oliver - a Women's Super League referee who also officiates men's non-league football - received threatening texts after her mobile number was posted on social media following the game.

"After that, there are the appropriate bodies which must judge the conduct of all players on the pitch".

English referee Oliver meanwhile has been offered police support after he and his family were abused by social media trolls.

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