Manchester United: Cristiano Ronaldo in the spotlight after the derby

In England, they continue to analyze Manchester City’s resounding 3:6 over Manchester United last night (Sunday). Erik ten Haah insisted at the end that he did not bring Cristiano Ronaldo off the bench “out of respect for his career”, which angered quite a few commentators in the kingdom.

“I think it’s disrespectful to Ronaldo,” said an angry Roy Keane. “He should have been released before the window closed, he had several options – I know that with full confidence. To keep him and leave him on the bench – it’s ridiculous for a player in his position. Okay, you’re the manager, you have several options, but you don’t leave Ronaldo On the bench. He’s one of the greatest players of all time. He gave him a minute or two in Europe, but it’s going to get uglier and uglier as the season goes on. If he continues to sit on the bench like this, it’s going to get worse.”

Keane added and analyzed: “You’re 4-0 down, look at his scoring history. He has a better chance than anyone else to score, if he gets balls in favorable situations, he’ll score. If it goes on like this, he could be a distraction in the dressing room It’s the most natural thing in the world for him to get frustrated. He didn’t return to United to sit on the bench in the derby.”

Gary Neville chose to focus on the team as a whole in his review: “United froze, they were stressed, whatever you want to say. Maybe it’s too much to expect, but I thought the back would perform better. There have been days in the past when I was very charged after a loss like this and wondered where this club has gone Going, but I don’t feel that way this time because the opponent was exceptional. The fact that United came back and scored three goals might be a little encouraging, the question is how they will react in the coming weeks.”

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