Another week brings another Cristiano Ronaldo incident as the Portuguese’s dry spell in the Premier League continues.
According to The Athletic, the 36-year-old was ‘unhappy’ with two Manchester United teammates after Saturday’s 1–0 win against West Ham.
Apparently, Ronaldo wasn’t pleased with captain Harry Maguire and young forward Mason Greenwood for failing to pick him up in dangerous moments at Old Trafford.
Cristiano also threw a tantrum in midweek’s 3–1 win away at Brentford in the British top-flight after interim manager Ralf Rangnick opted to substitute him in the 70th minute of the game.
Moreover, the reports of the Portuguese considering leaving the club have been dismissed by his camp, as the 36 years old is only focused on getting results for the Red Devils at the moment.