Manchester United Manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjær has Fired back at Former team mate, Rio Ferdinand over the Comment the English man made following United's Shock Defeat against Young Boys in the Champions League.

Young Boys Football Club came into the Encounter as Underdogs but proved to be too tough for United to Handle. The Red Devils got the first goal of the game through Cristiano Ronaldo in the 13th Minute and looks to be cruising to victory but things changed in the second Half as the home team scored in the 66th and 95th Minutes Respectively to snatch all three points.

One of the Major Talking Point of the Game was the decision of Ole Gunnar Solskjær to take off Cristiano Ronaldo in the 72nd Minute of the game replacing the Portuguese with Jesse Lingard whose Error in the closing stages of the Game proved so Costly for the United team.

Before the Close of the game, Substituted Cristiano Ronaldo was seen at the Touchline alongside Coach Ole dishing out instructions to his team mates. This action of Ronaldo didn't go down well with Rio Ferdinand who suggested that Cristiano should have been asked to "Sit Down"

"If I’m the manager, I’ve got to be honest, I’m telling him to sit down." Rio Said via BT Sports.

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In response to Ferdinand's Comment, Ole Gunnar Solskjær 

"Rio again, you know, sometimes he comments on things he doesn’t really know".

“It should have been a yellow card for the boy when he brought down Nemanja.

“Both Bruno and Cristiano, as competitive as they are, suddenly I had them on my shoulder.

“They were there for a brief spell and shouted to the referee.

“That was the aggravation of getting a few bad decisions against us. But then Cristiano sat down, Bruno sat down. We know that there is only one man allowed in that technical area and that’s either me or Carras (Michael Carrick) or Mick (Phelan) or Kieran (McKenna) who is up there.”