Scott McTominay reveals Ralf Rangnick sent Manchester United stars a message about body language

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Scott McTominay has revealed Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick sent a message to his players amid criticism of their body language. 

After a hugely underwhelming draw away at Newcastle United on Monday night, Sky Sports pundit and United legend Gary Neville labeled the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandes “whingebags” for some of their gesturing towards other teammates. 

Speaking to Amazon Prime after United beat Burnley 3-1 at Old Trafford on Thursday evening, the Scotland international told reporters the German coach had told his players to “cut that out”. 

"I feel like the whole reason why the performance was disappointing against Newcastle was the turnovers, it was as simple as that.

"I feel like after the goal at Newcastle, we weren’t as bad as people are saying. Obviously body language is one thing and the manager has completely come and cut that out and he said he wants no more, so that’s final.

"All the players have firmly taken that on board."

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