Ole Gunnar Solskjaer forced Cristiano Ronaldo to applaud the visiting fans against Leicester city as he stormed towards the dressing room.Both sides were looking to return with a win after international break with a bang after recent setbacks.Both sides wanted to win so as to keep their confidence high as the premier league is getting more tough each and every mid week.Leicester focus will improve with that win handing Manchester United their first defeat away from home since January 2020.The daily Express reports that Cristiano Ronaldo attempted to head straight in the dressing room after a disappointing defeat for the foxes.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer turned Cristiano Ronaldo back to the fans.The Portuguese was also equally frustrated when they drew with Everton has Andros Townsend said that he was muttering in Portuguese.procedings don't get easier for Manchester United as they must win against Atalanta in the champions league and they will have to face better rivals Liverpool 3 days later.However it is understood Solskjaer is not under pressure in his seat despite indifferent run of results.
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