Manchester United and Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo played all 90 minutes against Leicester City and failed to register a goal or an assist. The Portuguese international was very frustrated at the final whistle after Manchester United conceded cheap goals that made the Foxes end away unbeaten run.
However, the forward got a chance to double Manchester United's lead after Mason Greenwood's goal, but saw his shot saved by Schmeichel. That shot would have put Manchester United 2-0 up before halftime.
He also got another chance during the second half when Marcus Rashford gave him a nice pass, but he was unable to stay onside to have the ball at the back of the post. Although he missed a couple of goals, but he wasn't the problem, the midfield and the defense were the problems.
Out of frustration, Cristiano Ronaldo walked straight to the tunnel without speaking to anybody, just the same way he reacted when Everton held the Red Devils to a draw before the international break.
Ronaldo hate it whenever he failed to score, and winning games gives him joy, but losing makes him annoyed to the last.
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