Cristiano Ronaldo, who was taken off during Manchester United's UEFA Champions League loss to Young Boys on Tuesday, has reacted to his team's disappointing defeat.
The 36-year-old made more European history this week, although the 2-1 loss would not have been the desired result for the Portuguese and his teammates.
With his first-half goal against Young Boys, Ronaldo equalled Messi's record of scoring against 36 different opponents in the competition, while he also equalled Iker Casillas' record of 177 appearances in the tournament.
After going a man down 33 minutes into the tie, however, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side appeared to give up control of the game, which eventually led to the Swiss giants scoring a dramatic stoppage-time winner.
In response to the defeat, Ronaldo, who was substituted in the second half, took to Instagram to react.
"Wasn't the result we wanted, but now it's time to recover well and focus on the next game!" he wrote, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Red Devils will take on West Ham United in the Premier League this Sunday, when Ronaldo will be hoping to build on his three goals in two games for the club.
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