Liverpool humiliated Manchester United in a stunning contest on Sunday evening following the London Derby held at Old Trafford. Mohammed Salah netted his first hat-trick at Old Trafford to which he broke his own record against the red devils.
At halftime, Manchester United were four goals down regardless of the home advantage they had to turn the match on their side. Manchester United players were full of frustration as the tables turned on their side.
However, at the end of a shambolic first-half where United were torn to shreds, Ronaldo lost his head big time and kicked out at substitute Jones. The ball was there but there was clear aggression from Ronaldo and many felt he should have been dismissed.
Virgil van Dijk chested a frustrated Cristiano Ronaldo after he was involved in an incident with Curtis Jones and the five-time Ballon d'Or winner didn't quite fancy it. After the stunning contest, Virgil Van Dijk said to the press that, " Ronaldo didn't want to do it."
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