Ronaldo Man Utd nightmare continues, sum-up reaction from the bench after Manchester Derby embarrassment.
Unused replacement During Manchester United’s humbling 6-3 loss to neighborhood rivals Manchester City, Cristiano Ronaldo was unable to control his emotions.
At the Etihad, Phil Foden and Erling Haaland both scored a hat-trick as Premier League champions City took control right away.
In fact, hundreds of United supporters were seen departing the stadium before halftime on Sunday, even though attacking players like Jack Grealish and Kevin De Bruyne continued to be a problem.
Erik ten Hag and his United team had a terrible day, but Antony and Anthony Martial each scored three consolation goals. 
Ten Hag, on the other hand, made the decision to utilize all five of his substitutions for the Premier League match.
As Cristiano Ronaldo sat on the substitutes’ bench, Casemiro, Luke Shaw, Fred, Anthony Martial, and Victor Lindelof were utilized to attempt to close the gap.
In the first half, Ronaldo, who has started just one league game for United this year, was seated next to Casemiro, a former Real Madrid teammate.
And when the 37-year-old found himself down 3-0 after Erling Haaland scored his second goal of the contest, it was captured on camera. One Twitter user remarked, “Damn, it’s hard to watch.”
The Portuguese forward appeared to be in a state of shock at what he was seeing on Sunday.
First of all, Casemiro, a five-time Champions League champion who was once again omitted after his summer arrival, was seated next to him.
Casemiro and Ronaldo's reaction at the bench of Man United 😭 pic.twitter.com/pJqrrgM5En
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And when it became clear that he wouldn’t be making a second-half substitution, Ronaldo appeared to be getting frustrated with the situation.
If Ronaldo had transferred to Manchester City last summer, events on Sunday may have been quite different.
When the forward returned to Old Trafford last month, transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano revealed how close he was to joining Pep Guardiola’s team.
As you may recall from last summer, there were discussions about a surprise transfer for Cristiano Ronaldo to join Manchester City, according to Romano in his CaughtOffside column.
“However, neither the board nor the technical staff at City gave their full approval.
“Even though Juventus was happy to accept the move, the agreement fell through due to complications with Ronaldo’s agent Jorge Mendes.
Finally, United entered the picture, and Ronaldo was delighted to join them as soon as their interest was made clear.