Portuguese duo Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes could not hide their frustration when Atalanta doubled their lead through defender Merih Demiral, leaving Man Utd with it all to do in their Group F Champions League encounter
Manchester United duo Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes showed their emotions as their side succumbed to a second goal against Atalanta.
The Red Devils – who are currently bottom of their Champions League group as things stand – fell behind to the Serie A club when Mario Pasalic opened the scoring on 15 minutes.
But it was the second goal, a header scored by centre-back Merih Demiral, that had Ronaldo and his Portuguese counterpart Fernandes foaming at the mouths.
BT Sports’ coverage showed the pair absolutely distraught after conceding the second goal in a set-piece.
Some fans noticed the pair’s reaction and posted their own thoughts online.
One wrote: “Ronaldo and Bruno are fuming loooooool.”
Another said: “Ronaldo and Bruno already looking p***** off.”
One quipped: “Bruno & Ronaldo arguing about who is more useless.”
An online user said: “Watching Ronaldo & Bruno moan about who isn’t working hard enough lol.”
One fan plainly said: “Ronaldo and Bruno are not happy there.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has come under immense pressure in recent weeks, with a particularly bad result coming during the side’s first Champions League game against Young Boys in which they lost 2-1.
Last weekend the club lost 4-2 to Leicester City, as calls for Solskjaer have been growing louder.
At the time of writing, Man United are 2-1 behind and have it all to do in the second half.
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Marcus Rashford brought a goal back in the second half, but if they do lose, it would throw their Champions League campaign in serious doubt, while questions will be asked as to why Paul Pogba was left on the bench for the crucial match.
The France international recently spoke out about what direction the club was going in following their loss to the Foxes, saying that ‘changes’ are needed.
“We know that the fans were going to push and put pressure on us and we need to be more mature, play with more experience and arrogance – in a good way – by taking the ball and playing our football, ” he said to Sky Sports.
“We need to find the key for this change because we deserved to lose. I don’t know. Brinkwire presents summary news.