Cristiano Ronaldo received a fine and a two-game suspension following the altercation at Goodison Park.

Cristiano Ronaldo handed two-match ban and 50,000 fine by FA . Football Association fine him for blowing smartphone out of a fans hand in Everton .

London, United Kingdom, November 24 : Cristiano Ronaldo, a former Manchester United star, has been handed a two-match ban and a 50,000 fine by the Football Association (FA) for blowing a smartphone out of a fans' hand in Everton earlier this year.After Manchester United announced his retirement from the deal on Tuesday, the 37-year-old is now a free agent.After losing 1-0 to Everton at Goodison Park on April 9, he had an altercation with his team.According to Sky Sports, Merseyside Police cautioned him.

He was suspended and fined by an independent commission.The forward also admitted that his behavior was unfair.The ban will not be extended into the World Cup and will be rescheduled as a striker is signed by a club, no matter where they originate.Ronaldo apologised on Instagram after the shooting, saying, In difficult times like this one, it is never easy to deal with emotions.

Ronaldo admitted to having a legitimate concern about his own physical safety and well-being during an independent hearing on November 8, and leaving the field of play after approaching the tunnel where Everton fans were gathering.The panel dismissed FA's request that Ronaldo be banned for three games, citing it as a act of frustration and annoyance rather than curiosity or concern for his welfare.The Portuguese star is currently playing in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, where his team will begin their campaign against Ghana on Thursday.

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