Rajendra Prasad Mohapatra

Controversies seem to be an integral part of football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. After parting ways with Manchester United following a controversial interview, Ronaldo seem to have embroiled in another controversy now.

Portugal will play the last and final round of 16 game of the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar, when they take on Switzerland at the Lusail Iconic Stadium on Tuesday. 

However, the 2016 European Champions might not have their superstar Ronaldo leading the team as some issues have reportedly cropped up between the star footballer and the team manager Fernando Santos.

A fortnight after that bombshell interview with Piers Morgan where he talked about his bad relationship with Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag, Ronaldo seems to have now annoyed yet another manager. 

This time it is the boss of the Portugal national team. It was evident after Ronaldo’s reaction when he was substituted during the team’s final group game last week against South Korea.

Ronaldo was substituted in the 65th minute of the game, shortly before South Korea struck the winner. However, the star footballer fumed as he walked off the pitch and was spotted putting his finger on his lips.