Marcus Rashford slams journalist’s claims Cristiano Ronaldo undermines Man Utd dressing room unity | Soccer News


Marcus Rashford has claimed he is among a group of Manchester United players “irritated” by Cristiano Ronaldo’s attempts to rule the dressing room with his own clique.

Ronaldo, who had gone on a six-game scoreless streak, ended his goalscoring drought in emphatic style with a stunning midweek opener at Manchester United 2-0 against Brighton at Old Trafford, lifting them to fourth. of the Premier League standings.

Leading German journalist Christian Falk posted on social media on Wednesday that there was “a risk of a split in the team” with Rashford, with Harry Maguire expressing outrage at Ronaldo’s behavior.

But Rashford dismissed the allegations in a written message on Twitter.

He wrote: “Are we just making it up as we go along now?”.

“Please stop looking for divides.”

Rangnick: Ronaldo’s goal ‘incredible’

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Ralf Rangnick says it was important for his Manchester United side to get back to winning ways against Brighton after dropping points in recent games.

Ronaldo had enjoyed his longest goalless run in 13 years before his strike against Brighton.

The Portuguese collected the ball and attacked Brighton’s defense before unleashing a powerful shot to help United on their way to the much-needed three points.

“It was an incredible goal,” replied United caretaker manager Ralf Rangnick.

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“Not only important but amazing. Overall it was also a good performance from Cristiano. Energetically he was always trying to help his teammates.

“I think in the last few weeks that was definitely his best performance and a very, very important goal for us.”

What’s next for Man Utd?

Manchester United travel to Elland Road to take on Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United live on Sky Sports this Sunday. Kick-off is at 2 p.m.

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