Manchester United beat Brentford (3-1) in the final game of the Premier League on Wednesday. When Cristiano Ronaldo replaced him in the 71st minute of the match, this victory did not stop him from expressing his anger very superficially.
Manchester United won on Wednesday. But much of the English press talk on Thursday was not about the success of the Red Devils. There came a scene that stigmatized this success. In the 71st minute, Ralph Rangnik brought in Cristiano Ronaldo to replace Harry Maguire as Mancunius had a 2-0 lead. As he left the Portuguese stared and muttered some angry words. He then threw his castle to the ground as he joined the bench with his teammates, then sat on the stairs.
Ranknick interpretation for Ronaldo
The tragedy lasted as long as Ralph Ranknick tried to explain his tactical choice to Ronaldo. One debate was so intense that neither of them celebrated the third goal of Rashford’s Mancunius. Explanations that do not seem to have allayed all tensions regarding CR7’s approach.
A scene from the 7th-placed Red Devils’ complex season in the Premier League qualifies for the Champions League knockout round against Atletico de Madrid. Rumors of tensions in the locker room have been rife in recent weeks, with one Ronaldo specifically blaming his teammates’ lack of professionalism and the club’s lack of ambition.
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