Manchester United are investigating an incident involving Cristiano Ronaldo following the club’s loss to Everton on Saturday.
It was claimed that a mobile phone was knocked to the ground as Ronaldo came down the tunnel full time.
Footage has emerged of the United superstar appearing to drop something from someone’s hands, although the object is unclear.
Anthony Gordon’s deflected strike decided the game at Goodison Park, likely condemning United to a season without Champions League football.
The Red Devils are now six points behind Tottenham who sit fourth in the Premier League.
And their presentation at Everton suggested things are unlikely to change any time soon.
United goalkeeper David de Gea called his side’s performance a “disgrace” after the game, and manager Ralf Rangnick agreed, but star striker Cristiano Ronaldo showed his frustration in a different way.
The legendary goalscorer had already limped off the pitch after the final whistle, sporting a nasty gash to his shin which was caught by the cameras.
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Ronaldo looked in pain as he entered Goodison’s dugout on his way to the dressing room, but an altercation with a supporter ensued.
The Portugal captain appeared to hit something on the ground while within contact distance of the home crowd, with a photo later of the incident. showing a phone on the floor.
It has since emerged that the club are “investigating” the incident, according to Sky Sports.
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