See Ronaldo’s First Goal Process Last Night, It’s Proved That His Goal Instinct Has No Medicine! –

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See Ronaldo's First Goal Process Last Night, It's Proved That His Goal Instinct Has No Medicine! – Club legend Peter Schmeichel previously revealed that Cristiano Ronaldo would bring great experience back to Manchester United after 12 years, and the Portugal forward proved it.

While Manchester United have had problems with their central strikers in recent years, the arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo might be a good teacher for the strikers of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad especially for players like Anthony Martial about the importance of instinct in front of goal.

The Portugal international marked his second debut for the club in extraordinary fashion, scoring his side’s first two goals in a 4-1 win over Newcastle United at Old Trafford in the Premier League on Saturday (11/9) evening CEST.

Well the five Ballon d’Or winner’s first goal really showed the instinctive qualities of his immense experience as a player, making him a terrible predator in front of goal that even makes him currently the all-time international top scorer with 111 goals.

Shortly before the end of the first half, Mason Greenwood accelerated on the right and fired a left shot into Freddie Woodman’s goal. Before the 19-year-old striker opened fire, it looked like Cristiano Ronaldo had made a move as if he knew the ball was going to come at him.

Sure enough, the Manchester United academy shot resulted in the rebound and the 36-year-old Portugal forward quickly grabbed the ball from gag for his first goal in his second debut for the club following his arrival from Juventus.

Cristiano Ronaldo then doubled his tally in the 62nd minute just four minutes after Javi Manquilo had equalized. In his second goal, the owner of the number 7 jersey raced to find space to receive Luke Shaw’s pass before firing an accurate shot to round the Newcastle United goalkeeper.

It is this winning mentality and great experience from Cristiano Ronaldo that is expected to be the answer to Manchester United’s long wait to win a trophy, because they haven’t won the Premier League since 2013 and haven’t lifted a trophy again since 2017.

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