FA Files Charge Against Cristiano Ronaldo For Smashing Everton Supporter’s Phone
Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has been accused of ‘ill-advised or potentially rough direct following the episode where he seemed to take a cell phone out of an ally’s hand.
The episode occurred at Everton’s Goodison Park after Manchester United’s 1-0 loss last April.
Film shared via virtual entertainment showed the Portugal worldwide seeming to crush a telephone out of a youthful fan’s hand as he left the pitch and headed towards the passage.
Ronaldo was forewarned by police in regards to the episode in August and later released a conciliatory sentiment to 14-year-old Jacob Harding on his Instagram account, conceding his feelings after such a harming result had got the better of him.
United have reported they will be supporting their player in light of the charge.
An assertion from the FA read: ‘Cristiano Ronaldo has been accused of a break of FA Rule E3 for an episode that occurred after Manchester United’s Head Association match against Everton FC on Saturday 9 April 2022.
‘It is alleged that the forward’s lead after the last whistle was ill-advised and additionally savage.’