Manchester United attacker Cristiano Ronaldo is currently not in form and even he is not happy about it. The Portugal international superstar forward has not been able to come up clutch for his club in tuer last couple of games and they have continued to falter as a result. Ronaldo is one of the big-name attackers at Old Trafford alongside Edinson Cavani but none of the two stars has been able to play according to their potential in recent times. The Red Devils currently lie in fifth position and have been struggling to break into the top four following series of disappointing results this season time after time.

Their last game saw them travel to the Turf Moor to take on a Burnley side languishing in 20th place, the bottom of the English Premier League table. They could not oversee a very resilient Burnley side as the match ended in a 1-1 draw. Had United won the game and gotten the extra two points, they would have moved ahead of West Ham and into the top four places as the Hammers dropped points in their own fixture.

Former United striker Javier Hernandez has now revealed that he thinks that Ronaldo is isolated at the club and is not getting enough freedom in attack. Hernandez said that Ralf Ragnick's tactics at United are not fluid enough to bring out the best in Ronaldo and a lot of people buy into his opinion. However, a lot of people believe that Ronaldo, who just turned 37 in February, is already past his best and can no longer perform at a high level.

Hernandez played with Ronaldo at Old Trafford during the Portuguese'first stint in England and at Real Madrid and the former Mexico international star believes that he could be better but with better tactics.