crazy ball – Cristiano Ronaldo continues to tarnish his own image in front of Manchester United fans as he continues to push himself away from the club in this summer’s transfer window.
Recently, the Portugal international was caught leaving the stadium around 10 minutes early in his side’s game against Rayo Vallecano in the game at Old Trafford on Sunday (31/7) night CEST, when he was told by manager Erik ten Hag was pulled off. the second half.
As he said in a comment on his Instagram account that he is finally playing his first Manchester United pre-season game after taking a sabbatical while trying to force his way out of the club.
He started alongside some experienced players such as Raphael Varane, Alex Telles and Christian Eriksen, as well as many of the club’s youth players such as Alejandro Garnacho, Jamer Garner and Tahith Chong.
It’s a shame Cristiano Ronaldo failed to impress in his first game of pre-season under Erik ten Hag, missing a golden opportunity in front of goal and failing to impress too much when involved in team play.
A first sight of purpose for @Cristiano ️
Click below to enjoy the match live#MUFC
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) 31 July 2022
He ended up becoming the first player to come off the Dutch boss for Amad Diallo, whose equalizer was an instant hit and broke the deadlock for Manchester United with less than two minutes since coming on.
He was even seen following new manager Erik ten Hag during the water break as the former Ajax Amsterdam coach laid out his tactical plans to his team, another disappointing gesture for an underwhelming Cristiano Ronaldo.
Unfortunately, he later displayed an unprofessional attitude that could potentially see him besmirching his name in front of the fans as he left the stadium before the match ended. It is not known whether he was given permission to do so.
Not even waiting for the final whistle pic.twitter.com/jraOWdoPd5
— Gaz (@CantonaManc) 31 July 2022
In an image shared by Twitter user @CantonaManc, the 37-year-old can be seen walking out of the stadium. In a series of tweets, he said: “Don’t even wait for the final whistle.” Before he added: “The king is gone.”
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