sport news Manchester United: Ralf Rangnick lays down the law to Cristiano Ronaldo after ...

sport news Manchester United: Ralf Rangnick lays down the law to Cristiano Ronaldo after ...
sport news Manchester United: Ralf Rangnick lays down the law to Cristiano Ronaldo after ...
Ralf Rangnick fires a warning shot to Cristiano Ronaldo over his tantrum at Brentford with the manager telling his angry Portuguese star no player is bigger than the team at Old Trafford Ralf Rangnick has told Cristiano Ronaldo that no player is bigger than the team Ronaldo reacted angrily after he was substituted by the German at Brentford 'He just showed maybe too emotionally that he was not happy,' Rangnick said The coach also spoke about the traumatic break-in at Victor Lindelof's home 

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Ralf Rangnick has told Cristiano Ronaldo that no player is bigger than the team and feels the Manchester United star went over the top when he protested about being taken off at Brentford.

Ronaldo reacted angrily after he was replaced midway through the second half of the 3-1 win on Wednesday, gesticulating and throwing his coat to the ground before he was placated by Rangnick in the dugout.

But United’s interim boss defended his decision on Friday and said it was fully justified when substitute Marcus Rashford scored to seal victory.

Ralf Rangnick (right) defended his decision to substitute Cristiano Ronaldo this week

Ralf Rangnick (right) defended his decision to substitute Cristiano Ronaldo this week

Ronaldo was visibly angry after being subbed off in the 71st-minute for Manchester United

Ronaldo was visibly angry after being subbed off in the 71st-minute for Manchester United

Rangnick, who revealed that Ronaldo is a doubt for Saturday's game at home to West Ham due to a neck injury, said: ‘It’s a team sport and it’s important for us that we get the most out of each game.

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