Real Madrid ace Cristiano Ronaldo has been accused of stamping on a Legia Warsaw defender during Wednesday night’s Champions League draw.
The Portuguese superstar fired a blank as Los Blancos were held in Poland and needed a late Mateo Kovacic equaliser to spare their blushes.
However, Ronaldo is now at the centre of a stamp storm after an image emerged of him appearing to step on Legia centre-back Michal Pazdan.
Catalan outlet Sport claim the incident occurred in the dying minutes after the forward squandered a chance.
Gareth Bale had given Real a dream start in the behind-closed-doors Champions League clash before Karim Benzema doubled their advantage.
However, the home side hit back to take a shock 3-2 lead before Kovacic levelled late on.
Bale said: “There’s no plausible explanation for it. We’re unhappy with what happened out there today and we have to learn from this.
“I think that we were in control but our concentration went after we got the second goal. At this level that sort of thing ends up costing you dear.
“We need to improve defensively and learn from our mistakes to ensure that this doesn’t happen again and we have to be stronger.”