October 18, 2021

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Ferdinand Angry Ronaldo Stylized Like a Manager

Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand was a bit annoyed by Cristiano Ronaldo’s actions in the match against Young Boys . Ronaldo also gave instructions to the team.
Ronaldo started as a starter and played 72 minutes when Manchester United lost 1-2 to Young Boys, Tuesday (14/9/2021) night WIB. He scored a goal in the 13th minute that had brought Manchester United ahead, then was replaced by Jesse Lingard when the position was still 1-1.

After being pulled out, Ronaldo did not sit still on the bench. He stood by Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and joined in shouting instructions.

“If I were the manager, to be honest, I would ask him to sit,” said Rio Ferdinand to BT Sports quoted by Metro .

Fellow analyst Peter Crouch responded more casually. According to him for someone like Ronaldo, fans will allow such actions.

But yes he is Cristiano, we will let him do that,” he said.

Crouch’s statement made Ferdinand somewhat softened. With Ronaldo’s great influence, the public will not consider this action as a mistake.

“I get it. You know, with Cristiano, people think ‘Oh that’s a brave gesture, that’s for the fans’. He’s just a passionate person, he wants to win, he really wants it and he can’t help it. continued Ferdinand.

“If that means he has to go up there and stand next to the manager, shouting instructions and stuff, so be it. When the one who does that is such an influential person in the game, how can you argue with him?”

Dear MU fans, I’m sorry Lingard…

Manchester – Jesse Lingard so the prisoner after the defeat of Manchester United from Young Boys. The 27-year-old also apologized to fans.
MU is in a good position when visiting the Young Boys cage, Tuesday (14/9/2021) night WIB. They had taken the lead in the 13th minute when Cristiano Ronaldo found the net for the hosts.

But, only until there MU can trouble Young Boys. Throughout the 90 minutes, MU only released two shots, one of which was in the 24th minute.

After that, MU died and instead lost Aaron Wan-Bissaka who was sent off in the 35th minute. MU conceded goals twice in the second half, through goals from Nicolas Ngamaleu in the 66th minute and Jordan Siebatcheu in the 95th minute.

MU’s defeat could not be separated from Jesse Lingard’s blunder in the final minute of injury time.

Lingard played releasing the backpass without noticing that Siebatcheu was behind him.

After the match, Lingard became the target of angry MU fans who did not want the player to be sold immediately.

Even though this match proved Lingard that he can be trusted this season by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer .

“Last night was painful.

I am very disappointed because I was the culprit of defeat.

Defeated by Young Boys, Man United was not good enough in the second half

Manchester United lost at home to Young Boys in the Champions League. The Red Devils did not play well enough in the second half.
When competing at the Stade de Suisse, Tuesday (14/9/2021) night WIB, MU fell 1-2 to Young Boys. The Red Devils took the lead in the 13th minute via Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal.

MU had to play 10 players in the 35th minute. Aaron Wan-Bissaka stepped on the foot of a Young Boys player to get a straight red card.

Manchester United’s goal , which was escorted by David De Gea, just conceded in the 66th minute. Moumi Ngamaleu who became the equalizer for Young Boys.

Jesse Lingard’s blunder in injury time helped Theoson Siebatcheu score. Lingard’s back pass to De Gea was too slow, Siebatcheu was able to score a goal to ensure Young Boys’ victory.

Former Man City player, Michael Brown, said Lingard’s blunder was unreasonable.

“Man United were not good enough with the ball in the second half. They were under constant pressure and the mistakes made no sense,” Brown said on the BBC .

“You think ‘why do you have to do that pass’, they didn’t overplay the half-half.

“Big kudos to the Young Boys, they kept the pressure on, Siebatcheu’s patient finish and they got what they deserved,” he added.