Cristiano Ronaldo Appears To ‘Smash A Fan’s Phone’ After Man Utd Defeat To Everton

A video of Cristiano Ronaldo has appeared and is going viral, in which, he smashed what appears to be a phone after Manchester United’s 1-0 defeat to Everton on Saturday afternoon.

The Portuguese striker was filmed making his way down the player’s tunnel at Goodison Park when he appeared to throw the phone to the ground with his right hand. After that, he stepped on the phone which was allegedly an Everton fan’s phone.

Cristiano Ronaldo and his Manchester United team-mates were being booed and heckled by the Everton fans as the incident happened. Several police offers were watching nearby and did not intervene. Cristiano Ronaldo was carrying a shin pad in his left hand and was showing a nasty wound on his left leg.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Manchester United remain seventh in the Premier League following their defeat against Everton in a crucial game for their Champions League hopes. It was a frustrating night for the Reds as they battled hard, but were unable to come out of the game without a single point.

United’s manager Ralf Rangnick was not happy with the result, highlighting the team’s lack of creativity in the final third.

“If you don’t score a single goal in 95 minutes we have to be disappointed,” the German coach said.

“We had a good start and should have created more chances out of that domination. Then we concede a deflected shot and lost a bit of our composure. The second half we were trying to add creativity with substitutions but we didn’t always take the right decision.”

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“We had to do something. We needed a goal and we decided to bring Mata and more verticality with Elanga. They were defending with their players in the last 35 minutes. We didn’t find the right player at the right moment. We didn’t have enough players in the box when we played crosses.”

United goalkeeper David de Gea also revealed his frustration. “We knew before today they were struggling and how difficult it was going to be,” said the Spanish goalkeeper. “We don’t score, we don’t even create proper chances to score.”

“I don’t know what to say, to be honest. We’re not good enough, that’s for sure. It’s going to be very difficult now to be in the top four. Of course it’s not the perfect atmosphere. They were tired, they were nervous, but they keep going and keep fighting. They had more desire than us, which is not acceptable. It’s very sad to lose today.”

Manchester United have just seven league games remaining, with three of those against Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea. In order to keep their top four hopes alive, the Reds will need to win all seven of their remaining games.

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