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Manchester United 'Looking Into' Incident Involving Cristiano Ronaldo And A Mobile Phone At Goodison Park

Jack Kenmare

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Manchester United 'Looking Into' Incident Involving Cristiano Ronaldo And A Mobile Phone At Goodison Park

Manchester United are looking into an incident involving Cristiano Ronaldo and a mobile phone following the club's 1-0 defeat against Everton on Saturday.

After the full-time whistle, the 37-year-old forward made his way down the Goodison Park tunnel when he appeared to drop a fan's phone on the ground, according to eyewitnesses.

Twitter account @EvertonHub posted footage of the incident online. You can see the clip below.

Manchester United are believed to be aware of the situation, according to Sky Sports' assistant editor Lyall Thomas.

In fact, the Premier League club are currently looking into the incident involving Cristiano Ronaldo and the mobile phone at Goodison Park.

It was another disappointing afternoon for Ralf Rangnick's side, who lost more ground in the race for Champions League football.

Despite having good spells of possession throughout, United struggled to pose any sort of attacking threat.

Marcus Rashford had a number of chances early on that were parried away by Jordon Pickford but apart from that, it was a poor overall performance.

And after the full-time whistle, Manchester United shot-stopper David de Gea gave an honest assessment of his side's efforts against the Premier League strugglers. Here is that interview in full.

Everton, meanwhile, fought back after a midweek defeat to Burnley thanks to a first-half strike from teenager Anthony Gordon.

Toffees boss Frank Lampard was delighted with the result. "It feels really good - big win, big day," he said.

"The reality of our position is clear. You could feel that in the stadium. The fighting spirit and qualities we showed are big for us. We need to carry that on. We need to replicate that and if we do, we're confident.

"The fans are huge for us. One of the reasons we are good here is because of them. A few groans are normal. What the fans relate to is the reaction.

"When they see that, we see this joined-up thing at this stadium. We need to replicate that away somehow."

Thoughts on the incident involving Ronaldo?

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Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@evertonhub

Topics: Manchester United, Premier League, Everton, Cristiano Ronaldo

Jack Kenmare
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