Cristiano Ronaldo ‘left unhappy and frustrated with team-mates Harry Maguire and Mason Greenwood’ during Man United’s last-gasp 1-0 win over West Ham
- Manchester United clinched a 1-0 win over West Ham in injury time on Saturday
- Cristiano Ronaldo was involved in the lead up to Marcus Rashford’s late winner
- But the Portugal international was left frustrated with some of his team-mates
- The forward was reportedly upset with Harry Maguire and Mason Greenwood
Cristiano Ronaldo was reportedly unhappy with his team-mates Harry Maguire and Mason Greenwood during Manchester United’s last-gasp win over West Ham on Saturday.
The Red Devils looked set to drop two points against the Hammers but managed to climb into fourth after Marcus Rashford scored in injury time.
Ronaldo was involved in the lead up to the goal as he found Anthony Martial, who played in Edinson Cavani and the latter put it on a plate for Rashford to tap-in at the back-post.
Cristiano Ronaldo was reportedly upset with Harry Maguire (left) and Mason Greenwood (right)
Ronaldo was involved in the build up to Man United’s last-minute winner but was reportedly still upset with his team-mates
But the 36-year-old was not entirely pleased with his team’s performance as he was left unhappy with Maguire and Greenwood, according to The Athletic.
The report claims the Portugal international was frustrated with the United captain after he failed to pick him out from a clearance.
Ronaldo reportedly told Maguire he should have chested the ball down and control it rather than heading it away.
Marcus Rashford’s injury-time goal ensured United took all three points at Old Trafford
Greenwood was equally in the firing line as he ignored Ronaldo as he opted to shoot during a counter-attack, instead of passing and the veteran was seen pointing at the ground, indicating that he was open.
Despite his frustration, after the game Ronaldo took to Instagram to celebrate his team’s win against West Ham.
He posted a photo of the team celebrating and captioned it: ‘One more important win before the Premier League stoppage, one more step towards our goals.
‘The road is bumpy and filled with obstacles, but we stand together and working hard to make our supporters proud! Let’s go, Devils!’
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