Manchester United Striker, Cristiano Ronaldo was visibly angry after being Substituted in United's 3-1 win over Brentford in the English Premier League.

The Portuguese was Making a return to the Squad after missing out on United's last 2 game against Aston Villa due to a Minor Injury setback.

Ronaldo was named in the starting Line-up Against Brentford and played for 71 minutes before being replaced by Captain Harry Maguire.

Manchester United won the game 3-1 as Goals from Elanga, Greenwood and Rashford were enough to hand the Red Devils all 3 Points.

One of the Major Talking points in the game between Manchester United and Brentford came in the 71st Minute after Cristiano was Substituted. The player appeared very angry about the decision. Ronaldo was visibly Frustrated as he sat on the stairways talking to the coaching staff and comment captured from the movement of the Portuguese Mouth was "Why did he take me off?"

Ralf Rangnick appearing concerned about the players angry situation was captured having a chat with the Player in a bid to comfort Him and probably explain things to the Five-Time Ballon D'or Winner.

Well, this is not the first time Cristiano Ronaldo has been in this kind of situation before. It could be well recalled that when the player was with the old ladies of Juventus, he displayed something similar after being Substituted last season against Inter Milan in the Coppa-Italia semi final where he Already scored 2 goals and was eager for a Third.

Ronaldo was Captured having a bit of exchange with his Gaffer, Pirlo as he seemed unimpressed with the decision.

After the Game, Andrea Pirlo spoke about the situation and According to him, he said:

“There is no contract clause that says he can’t be subbed off,” Pirlo told reporters.

“He knows he is a fundamental player for us but to get his breath back, he must always be at the top.”

Considering Ronaldo is just coming back from a minor Injury set back, Ralf Rangnick may have taken That decision to avoid risking the player to a more concerning situation. 

After the Game, Rangnick Revealed the discussion he had with the Portuguese Maestro.

"I told him [Ronaldo] we were 2-0 up and we have to learn lessons from Villa Park,” United’s interim manager told reporters after the match. “After that game, I was angry with myself for not changing to a back five.

"Today was exactly the same situation and I did not want to make the same mistake again. I said: 'Listen Cristiano, you are 36 and in great shape, but when you are a head coach, you will see it through the glasses of a head coach.'

"My job is to take the decisions in the best interest of the team and the club and I hope he sees it the same way."