Not a fan of silver, Cristiano? Ronaldo immediately takes off his Italian Super Cup runners-up medal after Lazio shocked Juventus in Saudi Arabia Cristiano Ronaldo looked angry after Juventus slumped to a shock 3-1 defeat Defeat ended a run of 14 consecutive finals wins for Ronaldo, spanning six years  Luis Alberto put Lazio in front before Paulo Dybala equalised on 45 minutes Second half goals from Senad Lulic and Danilo Cataldi sealed victory for Lazio

Cristiano Ronaldo immediately removed his Italian Super Cup runners-up medal after Juventus slumped to a shock 3-1 defeat to Lazio in Saudi Arabia.

Ronaldo played the full 90 minutes alongside Gonzalo Higuain in attack but he couldn't inspire a below-par Bianconeri. 

The striker was visibly angry as he walked up to receive his medal after the game and took it off within a matter of seconds before walking off the pitch. 

Cristiano Ronaldo cut a dejected figure after Juventus lost to Lazio in Italian Super Cup final

Ronaldo immediately removed his runners-up medal following the defeat in Saudi Arabia

Defeat brought to an end Ronaldo's run of 14 consecutive wins in finals spanning six years 

Remarkably it was the first time Ronaldo had lost a cup final since 2013 when Real Madrid were beaten by Atletico Madrid in the Copa del Rey final.

Ronaldo had been on a run of 14 consecutive runs in finals spanning six years and three different teams - Real, Portugal and Juventus.  

The forward has endured a frustrating season following a reported falling out with Juve boss Maurizio Sarri after being substituted in several games. 

Ronaldo played the full 90 minutes but was unable to inspire a disappointing Bianconeri

Lazio inflicted defeat on Juve for the second time this season having beaten them in the league

Despite that, the 34-year-old has still found the back of the net 10 times in 14 Serie A games and scored a stunning header against Sampdoria last week. 

However, he couldn't find the back of the net as Lazio inflicted their second defeat of the season on the Bianconeri. 

Lazio took the lead through Luis Alberto but Paulo Dybala's 45th minute equaliser set up an intriguing second half. 

However, Juve failed to capitalise on their equaliser and it was Lazio who seized the initiative with Senad Lulic making it 2-1 on 73 minutes.

Juve then had Rodrygo Bentancur sent off in injury time before Danilo Cataldi added insult to injury with Lazio's third of the night.    

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