Sir Alex Ferguson, the legendary manager of Manchester United, was caught on camera criticizing Cristiano Ronaldo’s decision.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s decision to rest Cristiano Ronaldo against Everton was criticized by Sir Alex Ferguson.
After Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Everton on Saturday, legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson was caught on camera criticizing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. As United lost more points against lesser opposition at Old Trafford, Solskjaer elected to rest Ronaldo and Paul Pogba.
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Many supporters were surprised to see Ronaldo’s name missing when team news was released on Saturday morning after he scored a 95th-minute winner against Villarreal on Wednesday.
The 36-year-old was furious with Solskjaer after being benched despite scoring five goals in five games since his summer return, according to Express Sport.
As United attempted to increase their 1-0 lead, Solskjaer introduced Ronaldo in the 57th minute, but he failed to rouse the hosts.
But, eight minutes later, Andros Townsend equalized for the visitors and executed the Portuguese icon’s ‘Siu’ celebration, which elicited no response.
Ferguson questioned Solskjaer’s decision to rest Ronaldo in a video uploaded on social media alongside UFC legend Khabib Nurmagomedov.
He began by saying: “When they realized Ronaldo wasn’t playing, I believe they…
“He came on in the second half,” Nurmagomedov said before being halted.
“I know,” Ferguson replied, “but you should always start with your top players.”
“You should always start with your greatest players,” Sir Alex Ferguson says. [via @MirrorFootball]IG: khabib nurmagomedov Ronaldo’s decision to storm down the tunnel after the final whistle didn’t go unnoticed, prompting questions about his relationship with Solskjaer. pic.twitter.com/upAb461JyURonaldo’s decision to storm down the tunnel after the final whistle didn’t go unnoticed, prompting questions about his relationship with Solskjaer.
Gary Neville, a former United captain, has criticized Ronaldo’s post-match demeanor, claiming it focused too much attention on Solskjaer’s mistakes.
According to Neville: “I was watching the game and saw him go away. I’m afraid I don’t like it. Is Cristiano disappointed when he is unable to play? Yes. Is he irritated if he doesn’t score? Yes.
“Is Cristiano enraged when his team fails to win? Yes, of course. We already know these facts; he doesn’t have to prove them to us.
“He walked off the field, muttering to himself, which raises some interesting questions.
“What exactly is he saying? Who is it that he is irritated with? And the only person who can help is the manager.
“So I do believe that moves like that – which Ronaldo is well aware of – will put significant pressure on the team. “Brinkwire Summary News “..