Cristiano Ronaldo angrily storms off pitch after Man United and Everton Premier League draw

Cristiano Ronaldo stormed off the pitch mumbling to himself after Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Everton on Saturday.

The Red Devils went ahead through Anthony Martial. But they failed to take all three points with Andros Townsend levelling for the Toffees.

Manchester United went up against Everton today hoping to boost their chances of Premier League title glory.

But that didn’t happen, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side failing to win for the fourth time from their last five matches.

Martial opened the scoring with a powerful strike after good work from Fernandes.

But Townsend then went up the other end in the second half to level, earning a well-earned point for the Toffees in the process.

Before the game, Ronaldo was left on the bench – in a decision that many United supporters were shocked by at the final whistle. 

He was eventually brought on in the second half but, on a frustrating afternoon for the home side, couldn’t find the net.

And, at the final whistle, Ronaldo was angry.

The 36-year-old stormed down the tunnel mumbling to himself, appearing to be livid at the way his afternoon unfolded.

After coming on, the veteran couldn’t alter the game with Everton digging deep to earn a draw.

And how United now respond, given they’re on a run of failing to win four of their last five matches, remains to be seen. 

Rio Ferdinand has reacted to Ronaldo’s anger, admitting it was infuriating at seeing his old side drop more points.

“He stomped down the tunnel, disappointed about the result obviously we’ve all been there,” he said.

“I think it’ll be a mixture of things, he’s a man in form, scored five in five, wanted to continue that vein of form and shoot his side to victory, I understand the frustrations and it comes out like that.

“Pogba down the tunnel after him. A club like Manchester United with the depth they have in their squad should be able to get the job done, you have to remember the players that were missing in this Everton team today, neither of their strikers played today, probably the weakest they’ve been for a while, you’d expect to go and beat them.

“Nine games without a clean sheet is a poor record for Man United, that’s what undone them today they controlled large parts of this game but give up a lot of chances.”

Solskjaer, meanwhile, explained his decision to drop Ronaldo before the game.

“Well Wednesday night was a big effort, a big emotional and physical output,” he said.

“So we needed to freshen it up.

“When it’s an early kick off the start of this game is going to be important and we’ve got some very good players coming on as well.

“It’s a team we think is going to take charge of the game.”

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