Cristiano Ronaldo’s rage at Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has created a new issue.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer benched Cristiano Ronaldo on Saturday.
Cristiano Ronaldo is said to be furious with Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after being left out of this weekend’s match against Everton. And this now poses a dilemma for dealing with the 36-year-old in the future. He has to be dropped from time to time, but he will not appreciate it.
On Saturday, Manchester United was set to start Cristiano Ronaldo against Everton.
The Red Devils, on the other hand, elected to put the forward on the bench.
According to reports, Ronaldo was enraged by the decision to leave him out, especially after scoring the game-winning goal against Villarreal just days before.
He was eager to participate in the game. He believed he deserved to be on the field.
Instead, Solskjaer decided it was time to rest his finest possession.
He defended his decision before the game, stating, “Well Wednesday night was a great effort, a big emotional and physical production.”
DO YOU CONSIDER YOURSELF TO BE AN EXPERT IN SPORT? Our difficult quiz will put your sporting knowledge to the test. “As a result, we needed to spruce it up. When it comes to an early kickoff, the start of the game is crucial, and we’ve got some really talented players on the way.
“We believe this is a team that will take command of the game.”
He went on to say that he had “no remorse” about leaving Ronaldo out of his starting XI later.
When asked if he would change his mind with hindsight, he responded no.
“You make decisions over the course of a long, long season; you have to manage the workload of the players, and the decision I made was the right one for me.
“Anthony Martial performed admirably and scored a good goal.
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“Edinson [Cavani] required minutes and had a chance to score. We must make those decisions at the appropriate time.” United, on the other hand, now has a new challenge.
The more they risk enraging Ronaldo, the worse it could go. After all, it’s risky to annoy the Portugal international.
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