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Ronaldo has every right to be angry after Manchester United dropped two vital points

Gary Neville who's a former Manchester United player had always been a faultfinder in some activities of the club. He spotted Cristiano Ronaldo walking down the tunnel, muttering some inaudible words to himself after the match against Everton. Neville castigated this gesture from CR7, he surmises that by doing that, much pressure is being heaved on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

For me, I think that was the best moment in that game. Ronny is a winner and he loves winning every time, you don't expect him to start laughing after drawing a match. Losing two points sheepishly in a league where we have Manchester City, Liverpool, and Chelsea is horrible. No one has shown that maturity and readiness to win a title in that team except Bruno Fernandes, David De Gea, and Cristiano Ronaldo.

When your team is not playing superb football like other teams are doing, you have every right to be angry. We could count the number of times CR7's legs touched the ball inside the box, restricted passes to him make it very difficult to get the goals. There is no good reason why he should be happy about that.

Talking about pressure on a Manager, the pressure is there already on the manager even before the season had started. If he can't win a trophy with this team, he's certainly going to be sacked and he knows that already. A four years rebuilding project is enough to win titles for the club. He gets so close to winning a title and then he ruins it with some silly mistakes. 

I think Manchester United legends are just trying to pull the ranks into this situation. They are stylishly trying to pass the message that Ole is the one in charge here and not Cristiano. There is absolutely nothing wrong with CR7 gestures after the match against Everton. When you take a look at the table, United is just four points behind Arsenal who lost three games in a row at the beginning of the season. The tension is there already for Ole, the situation might change in the coming days.  

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