Ronaldo’s decision to storm down the tunnel after the final whistle didn’t go unnoticed and led to questions about his relationship with Solskjaer.
Ex-United captain Gary Neville has criticised Ronaldo’s post-match demeanour, suggesting it placed more focus on Solskjaer’s wrongdoings.
Neville said: “I watched the game, and I watched him walk off. I can’t say I like it. Is Cristiano upset when he doesn’t play? Yes. Is he upset when he doesn’t score? Yes.
“Is Cristiano annoyed as hell when the team doesn’t win? Of course. We know these things; he doesn’t need to prove that.
“He walked off the pitch, muttering to himself, which in some ways throws the questions up in the air.
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