During the Atletico Madrid draw, Cristiano Ronaldo was “furious with his Manchester United teammates.”

After Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid on Wednesday night, Rio Ferdinand underlined Cristiano Ronaldo’s clear dissatisfaction with his teammates.

Manchester United battled in the first half in Madrid, with Atletico Madrid taking the lead thanks to Joao Felix’s header, but Ralf Rangnick’s team managed to salvage a point thanks to Anthony Elanga’s equalizer.

In the meantime, Ronaldo endured another disappointing game for United, failing to register a single shot on goal.

When two crosses were provided but he was the only United player in the box, the Portuguese star expressed his dissatisfaction in the first half.

Cristiano Ronaldo "furious with Man Utd teammates" during Atletico Madrid draw

After the ball was out of play, Ronaldo threw his arms out and raised a single finger, hinting that he was the only United player attacking the ball.

Cristiano Ronaldo "furious with Man Utd teammates" during Atletico Madrid draw

“Cristiano Ronaldo on his own in the box,” Ferdinand told BT Sport.

“You’ve got an opportunity to cross the ball against Atletico Madrid away from home, you’ve got to get people in the box, more than one.

“Here you see the frustrations of someone like Cristiano. He had a quiet night to be fair to him.

‘But who’s in the box? You’ve got him here on his own and you’ve got eight [Atletico] players in red and white stripes against one player in the box.

‘Watch his reaction, it says it all, frustration, throwing his hands out, ‘one player’.’

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