Ronaldo started as a substitute in Erik ten Hag’s first game in charge, which ended in defeat after a first-half goal from Pascal Gross.
Ronaldo came off the bench on Sunday afternoon as United looked to reverse the result in the second half.
There were plenty of laughs from the disgruntled home fans – and some of that came before the game when Ronaldo took to the pitch.
United released a video of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner coming out of the tunnel to warm up with the rest of the substitutes, but boos aimed at Ronaldo could be heard.
United fan base boiled down to one, boo Ronaldo, then keep singing his song
— Boydie 🏄🏼♂️ (@Boydie92) August 7, 2022
Cristiano Ronaldo has just been booed by Stretford Ed. You like to see it.
— Yasin (@Yxsinyoh) August 7, 2022
Ronaldo getting booed?😂😂😭😭
— DesmundOris (@Desmund_Oris) August 7, 2022
However, Roy Keane, another man to wear the armband for the Red Devils, believes the club cannot replace him due to a lack of options in attack.
“You can’t let Ronaldo walk out the door and think Martial is going to be the answer, Martial is not the answer,” Keane told Sky Sports.
“Did he have a decent preparation? Big case.
“They don’t have enough options at the moment. That may change in the coming weeks, but from a footballing point of view, you just have to keep Ronaldo.
“You can’t let him go when you don’t have the support behind it.”