Ronaldo sorry for fans’ outrage after United’s loss to Everton

MANCHESTER, England – Cristiano Ronaldo on Saturday apologized for what he described as “protests” following Manchester United’s 1-0 defeat to Everton in the Premier League.

Footage shared on social media shows Ronaldo slapping a phone from a supporter as he leaves the field in Goodison Park.

In a post on Instagram, Ronaldo said: “I would like to apologize for my anger and, if possible, invite this supporter to watch the game at Old Trafford as a fair play and a sign of the stadium.”

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“It has never been easier to deal with the emotional turmoil we are facing,” Ronaldo said.

“Yet,” he said, “we must always be respectful, patient and set an example for all young people who love beautiful sports.”

United is investigating the incident.

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