Cristiano Ronaldo thinks the Red Devils can still claim a place in the top four

Cristiano Ronaldo thinks the Red Devils can still claim a place in the top four

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06 Apr 2022
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Manchester United are postponing a tumultuous 2021-22 campaign, but Cristiano Ronaldo still believes he can finish it on a high note.

 

What did Cristiano Ronaldo say?

The Portuguese footballer issued a rallying cry to his Man Utd teammates, insisting that they can still achieve a top four finish but must fight to the last breath!. Cristiano made a long-awaited return to Old Trafford last summer, 13 years after his original departure to Real Madrid, with Man Utd paying £20m to re-sign the striker from Juve. The Portuguese striker has been Manchester United’s main source of goals ever since but ultimately failed to inspire them for any silverware and Champions League qualification appears to be slipping out of their sight in the final weeks of the 2021-22 campaign.

Rangnick’s team are seventh in the PL table with 51 points, three points behind fourth-placed Tottenham, who have just eight games to play. Man Utd, however, no longer play in any cup competitions, meaning they can focus all their efforts on sealing their place in the Champions League, with Cristiano remaining optimistic about his chances. After being named the club’s Player of the Month in March, Ronaldo posted on social media that individual achievements are always welcome, but they are worth far more when linked to collective victories.

According to Cristiano Ronaldo, there are still many things to fight for until the end of the season, and they can never get away from achieving goals that remain possible and accessible to them. Ronaldo would like to thank everyone who voted for the Goal of the Month and Player of the Month awards. “Let’s go for more! Let’s fight to the last breath! Let’s go Devils! ” said the Portuguese superstar.

 

Cristiano’s activities since returning to Man Utd

Cristiano, who signed a two-year deal with an extra year option upon his return to Man Utd, has so far made 33 appearances across all competitions during that term. The former Real Madrid striker has 18 goals to his name, including a stunning hat-trick in the last meeting against Tottenham, as well as three assists. Cristiano missed Manchester United’s first game since the international break against Leicester City due to illness but could return to Ralf Ragnick’s squad for a crucial trip to Everton on Saturday.

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