Cristiano Ronaldo Finally Makes Statement After Brentford Substitution Incident

Cristiano Ronaldo is an unapologetic winner whether you like it or not.

His actions after being substituted in the 3-1 win over Brentford were uncalled for, especially since he was the captain of the night.

However, the Manchester United forward has already revealed the reason behind his explosive reactions.

Back in October last year, Ronaldo stormed off the pitch after a 1-1 draw with Everton.

Speaking to Sky Sports, he explained: “My reactions are what I feel at that moment.

“Most of the time when I talk it’s very, very positive but sometimes, depending on the game, maybe you say things that you don’t agree or whatever but it’s me.”

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“Everyone knows me. I’ve always been like that; I’m not going to change now with my age.

“I will always give 100 percent for this club and my reactions is part of what I am.”

The 36-year-old added: “I don’t want to hurt anybody. I know there will be eyes on me because of what I am, what I achieve, what I win.

“They don’t want to give me credit for the good things; they’re always going to find the bad things but for me it’s not a problem.

“Life’s a constant lesson and I still learn with my mistakes, trying to improve the next game.”

Unfortunately, Ronaldo couldn’t get on the scoresheet but he lauded the players for their performance on social media after the game.

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