CR7 is back with a bang for Man Utd.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a brace on his 2nd Manchester United debut as the Red Devils secured a vital 2-1 win against Newcastle in the Premier League on Saturday in front of a packed Old Trafford.
Just as the half-time break was looming, Man Utd made a breakthrough in added time as Mason Greenwood’s long-range shot bounced off the Newcastle goalkeeper, and United’s legendary no.7 was on hand to tap home at the near post.
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A driving run from Luke Shaw and Ronaldo, at 36, speeds through to collect the pass and unleashes a strike that Woodman won’t want to watch back as the Portuguese grabbed his second of the day.
Bruno Fernandes took a shot on from 25 yards and he found the top corner and Jesse Lingard added another late on in the game as Manchester United cruised to a 4-1 with against Newcastle United at Old Trafford and move to the top of the Premier League table with 10 points.
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Ronaldo has scored his first Premier League goal since May 2009 (v Man City); his gap of 12 years and 124 days between goals is the second-longest between two strikes by any player in the competition’s history, after Matt Jackson (13y 187d, 1993-2006).