According to Danny, Manchester United is not able to play on its normal pattern since Ronaldo re-joined the team. He said that this is making Manchester United suffer and struggle to get a win in their matches.
Danny Blind who is 60 years old and a former defender added that Christiano Ronaldo is just worried about scoring goals but showing any efforts in getting the ball. He is leaving his colleagues to struggle with getting the ball.
Since he joined back to Manchester United, Ronaldo has scored 5 goals but according to Danny, the goals have no great impact.
In their last match, Manchester United were held on a 1-1 draw by Everton. Christiano who started from the bench could not help his team win the match.
Currently, Manchester United is 4th on the Premier League table with 14 points after playing 7 matches.
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