The clash between Juventus and Ferencvaros, on November 25, wasn't really on the watchlist of football fans, especially with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and RB Leipzig locking horns in what was the tipped as the biggest clash of the day in the group-stage of the ongoing UEFA Champions League.
The fact that the Italian giants had secured a 4-1 away win against Ferencvaros in Hungary earlier in the group-stage had everyone convinced that their second meeting in Torino wouldn't yield any surprises. But, a bit of a fire was stoked to Juventus' home game by Ferencvaros star Marcel Heister even before he stepped foot on the pitch.
Days before their clash, Heister was probably looking to get under the skin of Cristiano Ronaldo when he claimed that the Portuguese star refused to swap shirts with him after their match in Hungary. The German international opined that Ronaldo's discernible frustration, visible in his actions, could be a result of his failure to score against his side.