Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes blasted for running straight down the tunnel AGAIN by Man Utd legend Gary Neville


Manchester United legend Gary Neville has reprimanded Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes for running straight into the tunnel after a 1-1 draw against Newcastle.

The Red Devils put up a dull performance in both defense and attack, but the super sub was knocked out with 20 minutes left by Edison Cavani.

Ronaldo walked off the field the whole time


Ronaldo walked off the field the whole timecredit: Reuters
Didn't admit traveling fans enraged 36-year-old Neville


Didn’t admit traveling fans enraged 36-year-old Nevillecredit: Reuters

But full-time, lead men Ronaldo and Paul Fernandes descended the tunnel, failing to thank the traveling United fans who faced the 150-mile journey home.

On Sky Sports, Neville blasted: “It bothered me for about two months.

“Best players on your team, it’s devastating when they’re showing young people that look and body language. They have to help them.

“They have to be the father, the grandparent on the team.

“I made big mistakes in Man Utd, but I had great senior players who walk up to me but put their hands around me, I think something is wrong.

“You can’t run away at the end of a game. Bruno is moaning all the time; he’s been a sensation for Man Utd.

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“Two centre-backs were bad, Maguire is having a nightmare season.

“You have to be there when your teammates need you in those moments.

“At the end of the day, I love that girl [Ronaldo]He’s the best I’ve ever seen in my life, but don’t run away like that. I do not have this.”

Neville further criticized the ‘energy’ shown by United with and without the ball.

The Red Devils enthralled the game, but overall failed to take the game to the neck.

Neville said: “I didn’t like the performance at all.

“Today we didn’t control the game except for a few moments. It’s about energy, physicality and who wins the second ball.

“We weren’t doing our best in all those areas. The good thing is we got a point but the performance should be better.

“You have to be ready and able to win those direct duels and that didn’t happen very often. We had a lot of gifts when we were in possession and even with the goal, it didn’t make things easy. makes.

“Today was not a question of body language, it was a question of physical physicality.

“If you want to be competitive here you have to be physical and that was not the case in many parts of the game,” he said.

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