Manchester United legend, Gary Neville has reacted to Cristiano Ronaldo’s storming down the tunnel after Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Everton.
Ronaldo was introduced late in the second half of Saturday’s 1-1 draw at Old Trafford after starting the game as a substitute.
After the final whistle, the Portuguese star rushed off the ground, grumbling to himself and shaking his head, before heading directly to the dressing room.
‘Is Cristiano angry when he is unable to play? Yes.
Is Cristiano angry when he fails to score? Yes.
Is Cristiano enraged when his team fails to win? Yes, of course.
Ronaldo’s decision, according to the former defender, is a symptom of dissatisfaction, and he wants manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to speak with him to keep Ronaldo’s rage hidden in the future.
‘I watched him walk off and I can’t say I enjoy it,’ Neville remarked on Sky Sports.
‘We’re aware of those details. He is not required to demonstrate this.
‘He walked off the field muttering to himself, which raises the question of what he’s saying.’ Who is it that he is upset with?
While respecting Ronaldo’s right to express his displeasure, Neville believes Solskjaer should deal with the problem as quickly as possible.