Cristiano Ronaldo gets angry at Manchester United, and Ten Hag responds

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of Manchester United’s top names, but he doesn’t have a good relationship with Erik Ten Hag; technician responded about irritation

Cristiano Ronaldo, Erik Ten Hag and Manchester United live in an intense relationship. The coach, who arrived at the club this season, put the Portuguese on the bench right away and took his title at Old Trafford. Gradually, the coach has been putting the striker back in the main team, but the relationship between the two still doesn’t seem to be the best.

In the last round of the Premier League, for example, Cristiano Ronaldo was a starter for Manchester United, but he couldn’t help the team and was substituted in the second half. The Portuguese showed great irritation with Erik Ten Hag and left the pitch making gestures and making it clear that he was dissatisfied with the coach’s decision to take him out of the match against Newcastle.

With the more skittish attitude of Cristiano Ronaldo, the controversies at Old Trafford came up again. The relationship between Manchester United’s main striker and Erik Ten Hag was once again questioned and became a debate again in the main vehicles of the world. Before the game this Wednesday, 19, against Tottenham, the Red Devils coach gave a press conference and was asked, once again, about CR7.

Erik Ten Hag was clear in his response and warned that no player leaves the field happy when he is substituted. The coach saw Cristiano Ronaldo’s reaction as normal and did not want to create a controversy over the case. According to him, the Portuguese has every right to feel that way, but the final decision will always be in the hands of the coach. Even the Dutchman said that this characteristic of CR7 is what makes him so good.

Cristiano Ronaldo was angered at being replaced by Ten Hag in Manchester United’s last game (Credit: GettyImages)

I don’t think any player is happy when they leave, especially Ronaldo. I get it. As long as it’s done in a normal way, no problem. He was certainly convinced that he shouldn’t leave and that he would score a goal. That’s why he’s so good“, said the Manchester United manager.

Source: sportbuzz

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