Ronaldo Was Not Happy At The Full Time Whistle As They Drew 1-1 With Chelsea

United took the lead five minutes into the second half when Jadon Sancho pounced on Jorginho’s poor touch and slotted past Blues goalkeeper Edouard Mendy.

But Jorginho redeemed himself as Chelsea were awarded a penalty after Aaron Wan-Bissaka fouled Thiago Silva, and the Italy midfielder slotted away to equalise from the spot.

And following the result, star man Cristiano Ronaldo’s anger was there for all to see.

It comes after the Portuguese forward’s true thoughts on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Man Utd sacking emerged.

And goalkeeper David de Gea’s comments post-game make clear just what change the club has now made under Michael Carrick.

Cristiano Ronaldo is reported to have not agreed with his former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following their loss to Young Boy

David de Gea’s interview after the draw at Chelsea showed how much he believes things have changed under Michael Carrick’s leadership.

The goalkeeper revealed the one area he thinks the team is improving in – although warned it had only been two games and his side will need to ‘keep going and focus and keep our 100%’.

His comments, when compared to what he said following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s final game in charge against Watford, also demonstrate what the side is now doing differently following the Norwegian’s departure.

An angry Ronaldo stormed down the tunnel, without shaking the hands of any of the Chelsea players or the match officials.

Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo’s true thoughts on his former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have been reported.

Things reportedly boiled to the surface in the United changing rooms following the 2-1 loss to Young Boys earlier in the season, when Ronaldo is said to have challenged Solskjaer’s post-match team talk.

Ronaldo and Solskjaer are said to have had very contrasting opinions on the team’s performance during the shock defeat, with the United player said to have been left bemused by his managers words to the team after the match.

“Cristiano Ronaldo was evidently not happy when the final whistle was blown at Stamford Bridge.

An angry Ronaldo stormed down the tunnel, without shaking the hands of any of the Chelsea players or the match officials.

Ronaldo and compatriot Bruno Fernandes also failed to show their appreciation to the travelling United support, as they headed straight to the dressing room”

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