Cristiano Ronaldo loses Intra-squad training match: Nemanja Matic trolls him on Instagram !

The Manchester United players played an Intra-squad practice match in today's light training session in which Cristiano Ronaldo's team lost.

Nemanja Matic

After a long ‘unforeseen’ break due to the COVID-19 outbreak in the Manchester United camp, the Red Devils are finally ready to return to Premier League action on 28th December against Newcastle United.

Manchester United played their last match against Norwich City back in 11th December post which there was a rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in some places of England which led to their matches being called off.

The players are now finally back to training and they resumed their training session today. The players did some light training today which was followed by a friendly intra-squad match between the Manchester United players. It was the outcome of this match that gave Nemanja Matic an opportunity to poke fun at his fellow teammate Cristiano Ronaldo.

It is not unknown that the Portuguese goal machine hates to lose – even in practice matches. Winning means a lot to him and thus he is often seen posting pictures of him with his teammates after winning an intrasquad match. He did a similar post a few days ago as well.

Nemanja Matic trolls Cristiano Ronaldo

Nemanja Matic
The pic that Nemanja Matic posted

Turns out, that Cristiano ended up losing today and his teammate Matic, who was on the winning side, decided to taunt him a bit. So he took to Instagram. Posting a pic of the winning side, Nemanja Matic wrote, “Winning team! @cristiano are you ok?” in the caption and tagged the Portuguese.

The Manchester United fans found it hilarious which is evident in the comment section of Nemanja Matic’s post.

An important inference from the post that has been found out by the Manchester United fans is that Manchester United’s 18-year old teen prodigy Hannibal Mejbri has been summoned to the main team as he can be clearly seen in the pic.

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