Manchester United has currently played 17 matches in the Premier League as they sit at seventh place in the points table with 28 points and they have been getting the job done but the performance is still not up to the mark for the Red Devils.
The new interim manager of Manchester United Ralf Rangnick has kept an unbeaten streak till as he has managed to win two matches and draw one, and will be taking on Burnley in their next to play the final match of the year.
Manchester United secured a draw against Newcastle United, thanks to Edinson Cavani who produced the equaliser for the Red Devils at the 71st minute of the game making the score 1-1.
Former Manchester City winger takes direct shot at the two Portuguese superstar of Man United
Trevor Sinclair, football pundit and former Manchester City star has criticised Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes for not appreciating their fans as they went straight to the tunnel right after the full-time whistle was blown against Newcastle United.
Trevoh Sinclair in the podcast of talkSPORT said, “If you’re not valuing your fans and, at least you have not been beaten and sent packing with your tails between your legs, why don’t you just go over and say thanks for supporting us?”
“I do criticise Manchester United, at times, for their performances and, potentially, at Old Trafford for how quiet they can be. But their away fans are unbelievable, just like most clubs’ away fans.”
“To not even go over and give them a little round of applause to appreciate and value the fans, I think that is poor and it sets a bad example to the young players.”
This is not the first time Cristiano Ronaldo is criticised for running straight into the tunnel after a disappointing performance and Trevor Sinclair is not the only person who have spoken about as former Manchester United captain Gary Neville has also blasted the Portuguese for not taking time to appreciate the fans.