He literally gave Ronaldo a penalty for a challenge very similar to the one on Camavinga.That is the way Uruguayo plays. You take that away from him and he becomes half the player. The many positives of playing that way far outweigh the negatives.
Nobody deals with players one on one as good as him. I'd fancy him to handle prime Cristiano with a pair of Uruguayan slippers on whilst sipping a yerba mate.