Cristiano Ronaldo’s hairdryer outburst in the dressing room at ‘ashamed’ Manchester United teammates.

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Cristiano Ronaldo channeled his inner-Sir Alex Ferguson in the home side’s dressing room during the halftime interval when Man Utd faced Atalanta and found themselves two goals behind

Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly slammed his team-mates during the halftime interval of Manchester United’s Champions League encounter with Atalanta.

The global superstar channelled his inner-Sir Alex Ferguson in the dressing room, reportedly giving the hairdryer treatment to his colleagues after they fell behind to goals from Mario Pasalic and Merih Demiral.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer acted as a mediator as the Portugal international let loose, according to SunSport, before the home side went back out for the second half and scored three goals in dramatic fashion to clinch the win.

A Red Devils source told The Sun: “Cristiano addressed the whole team and told them that the performance was unacceptable.

“He asked if they were not ashamed and said this was not how Manchester United perform in front of their own fans. He told them they needed to win the game and, if they didn’t, they might not qualify for the next stage of the Champions League.”

At this point, Solskjaer took over and said that the team could overturn the deficit if they collectivised and managed to get the first goal in the next half.

Bruno Fernandes, meanwhile, informed the boss that the tactics needed to be changed up and that he should position himself deeper.

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Fernandes said via the Sun: “We have a lot to improve on and the coach also knows there has to be some improvement at their end but that is part of football.

“We fully support him. He’s our manager, we follow his ideas and believe in them. Of course, players start to get suspicious when they don’t play or when things don’t go well.

“But, honestly, footballers are annoying. We think we’re always right!

“His ideas might be right or wrong — but we are sticking with it until the end.”

At Old Trafford, United got goals through Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire, and Ronaldo to beat the Serie A side and climb to the top of Group F in the European competition.

Man United face rivals Liverpool on Sunday, a match which will provide a perfect opportunity to reignite their season, having just earned a single point from their last three Premier League games.

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