Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hit back at Rio Ferdinand over his comments about Cristiano Ronaldo on the touchline.
Ferdinand was not too please with Ronaldo standing on the touchline alongside Solskjaer in the second half of their loss to BSC Young Boys on Tuesday evening.
The former United defender claims he would have told Ronaldo to sit down if he was the manager, but the Norwegian tactican has fired back at his former teammate and claims he does not know what he is talking about.
“Rio again, you know, sometimes he comments on things he doesn’t really know," Solskjaer said, as per the Mirror.
“It should have been a yellow card for the boy when he brought down Nemanja.
“Both Bruno and Cristiano, as competitive as they are, suddenly I had them on my shoulder.
“They were there for a brief spell and shouted to the referee.
“That was the aggravation of getting a few bad decisions against us. But then Cristiano sat down, Bruno sat down. We know that there is only one man allowed in that technical area and that’s either me or Carras (Michael Carrick) or Mick (Phelan) or Kieran (McKenna) who is up there.”
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