Gary Neville thinks the pictures of Cristiano Ronaldo raging down the passage following Manchester United’s weekend draw with Everton will come down on director Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Ronaldo, 36, was named on the seat without precedent for the Premier League since 2009 at the end of the week yet was welcomed on to attempt to impact the match 12 minutes into the second-half.
The Portuguese forward cut a disappointed figure as Everton before long got an equalizer and developed into the match against a disconnected United side which came up short on any genuine assaulting attachment.
At the full-time whistle Ronaldo looked irritated as he stepped down the Old Trafford alone murmuring to himself and club extraordinary Neville accepts such a response will think about adversely previous partner Solskjaer.
“I watched him stroll off and I can’t say I like it,” Neville said on his Sky Sports digital broadcast.
“Is Cristiano disturbed when he doesn’t play? Indeed. Is Cristiano vexed when he doesn’t score? Indeed. Is Cristiano irritated as damnation when the group don’t win? Obviously.
“We know those things. He doesn’t need to demonstrate that.
“He strolled off the pitch mumbling to himself, which hurls the inquiries noticeable all around – what’s he saying? Who is he irritated with?
“It can simply return to the director. Activities like that – and Cristiano is sufficiently brilliant to know this – will welcome genuine strain on the supervisor, more tension than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is as of now under.
“I feel that is something that simply must be overseen in the following two or three months. Cristiano isn’t continually going to score, he’s perhaps not going to play each and every game.
“Yet, I think on the off chance that he strolls off that way, it will come down on Solskjaer. There’s no question the discussion after the game was about the director.
“He has this assortment of players yet they haven’t got this style of play, they haven’t got either. He didn’t pick Ronaldo…”