Aaron Ramsey concedes he was sorry to Cristiano Ronaldo after coincidentally nipping in to deny him another Champions-League goalscoring record.
Aaron Ramsey put Juventus ahead after only three minutes in their 2-1 win over Lokomotiv Moscow on Wednesday. This was after Aaron Ramsey polished off a Ronaldo free-kick which, in spite of being spilled by the goalkeeper, it was all the while crawling its way over the line before Ramsey nipped in.
All the while, Ramsey denied the Portuguese a Champions League record of scoring against the most clubs however conceded his “nature dominated” to ensure his side scored.
“I thought the guardian was significantly nearer to me and got an opportunity of jumping back and possibly clearing, so my sense took over to ensure that it went over the line,” Aaron Ramsey said.
“Be that as it may, I was sorry to Cristiano!”
The outcome implies Juventus have equipped for the knockout phases of the challenge.
“That was our objective – to come into the game [to] win it and to verify capability today,” Ramsey said. “Despite everything we have work to do to complete top. We accomplished our objective of qualifying today, so we’re upbeat that we’ve done that and we anticipate the following matches.”