Manchester United manager ole Gunnar solskjaer forced Cristiano Ronaldo to applaud the travelling Manchester United fans after he tried to storm down the tunnel at Leicester.
The Foxes brought United’s record away run to a crashing end as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men collapsed during a chaotic end to a thrilling clash.
Both sides were looking to return from the international break.
With a bang after recent struggles, with the visitors higher in the Premier League but under more intense scrutiny.
That focus will only increase after Leicester won 4-2 at a rocking King Power Stadium.
Where Jamie Vardy and substitute Patson Daka scored late to condemn United to a first away league defeat since January 2020.
The Daily Express reports Ronaldo attempted to head straight down the tunnel in dismay at the result at the full-time whistle.
Only for his boss to turn him back towards the fans.
The 36-year-old was equally disappointed against Everton before the international break.
It was an uncomfortable afternoon for CR7 in the east Midlands…
- Shots on target – 1
- Shots off target – 1
- Shots blocked – 1
- Touches – 38
- Crosses – 0
- Possession lost – 5
- Fouls – 1
Proceedings don’t get much easier for the Red Devils.
With a must win Champions League game against Atalanta followed up with a clash against bitter rivals Liverpool.
However, it is understood Solskjaer is not under pressure in the hot seat, despite the indifferent run of results.