Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes have been condemned after they stormed off the field without acknowledging Manchester United's travelling fans following the team's 1-1 draw with Newcastle United on Monday night.
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The Red Devils went a goal down just seven minutes into their Premier League clash against the Magpies, with the likes of Ronaldo and Fernandes appearing frustrated throughout the match.
United eventually pulled a goal back in the 71st minute through substitute Edinson Cavani, but failed to capitalise on Newcastle's poor run of form to claim all three points in Ralf Rangnick's third league game in charge.
As the final whistle blew, cameras showed the two Portugal internationals heading towards the tunnel without shaking hands with their opponents or clapping for their supporters, behaviour that seemed to infuriate former United star Gary Neville.
"I said it after the Everton game earlier on in the season when Cristiano walked off and I thought it put pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. He's run off again tonight," he said on Sky Sports' Monday Night Football.
"He ran off at Watford when the manager was going to get sacked, and everyone knew he was going to get sacked… and at Norwich.
"(Ronaldo and) Bruno, those are the two senior players in that dressing room. It's devastating for the young players if the two best players in the team are looking at the others as if they're not good enough.
"Cavani takes that away because I don't think he wilts in the presence of Ronaldo or a Fernandes.
"He stands up to them and helps the other younger players on the pitch. He needs to be on the pitch. They need to rid of that whingey attitude, they really do.
"You've got to go and clap the fans at the end of the game. I don't care how you've played, I don't care what the result is, get over to the fans and clap them.
"You have to do that, particularly when you're the best player in the world and one of the best of all time."
United are currently seventh on the table after 17 games, having won just eight matches so far.