Cristiano Ronaldo's behaviour has been questioned after he stormed down the tunnel following Manchester United's disappointing result in the Premier League on the weekend.
The 36-year-old started on the bench in the Red Devils' 1-1 draw with Everton at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon, but was introduced to the game in the 57th minute.
United were a goal up when Ronaldo was brought on, but Rafael Benitez's Toffees found the equaliser just eight minutes later through Andros Townsend, who celebrated by doing the Portuguese superstar's famous celebration.
After the home side failed to find a winner, Ronaldo cut a frustrated figure at the final whistle as he stormed down the tunnel while seemingly muttering to himself in fury.
His former teammate, Gary Neville, believes the ex-Real Madrid and Juventus forward knew exactly what he was doing, though.
"I watched him walk off and I can't say I like it," he said on a Sky Sports podcast.
"Is Cristiano upset when he doesn't play? Yes. Is Cristiano upset when he doesn't score? Yes. Is Cristiano annoyed as hell when the team don't win? Of course.
"We know those things. He doesn't have to prove that. He walked off the pitch muttering to himself, which throws the questions up in the air – what's he saying? Who is he annoyed with?
"It can only come back to the manager. Actions like that – and Cristiano is smart enough to know this – will bring real pressure on the manager, more pressure than Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is already under.
"I think that is something that just has to be managed in the next couple of months. Cristiano is not always going to score, he's maybe not going to play every single game.
"But I think if he walks off like that, it's going to put immense pressure on Solskjaer. There's no doubt the talk after the game was about the manager.
"He has this collection of players, but they haven't got this style of play, they haven't got this or that. He didn't pick Ronaldo..."
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