Cristiano Ronaldo was once again the man in Man United's well-deserved draw in the hands of attacking Atalanta. The Italians opened the scoring through Ilicic before Cristiano gave United a lifeline at the brick of halftime break. The Old Trafford outfits once again struggled in defending.
The second half was a high intensity moment for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer side who struggled in possession. Club captain, Harry Maguire, was once again a piece of trash causing his eleventh error leading to a goal. Zapata snatched Atalanta's lead back in the 58th minute. Ronaldo unleashed sumptuous volley past Musso in the 90+1 minute to give United an important point to keep their Round 16 hopes alive.
Ronaldo killed the show with every United player hugging. Eric Bailey could not hold off Ronaldo particularly for saving them once again in the UCL. Sancho, Maguire and Greenwood were also among United's players who were overwhelmed with the late equaliser.
Here is the video link of what Bailey did to Ronaldo; https://twitter.com/TimelineCR7/status/1455698654933790720?t=ZnK3Rf-oLvi90POYcMqIdg&s=19
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