Manchester United have been successful over many past years but under the Scottish Sir. Alex Ferguson. And after he bowed out and other managers took charge.
Despite last summer arrival on marquee signings of Cristiano Ronaldo, Varane and Sancho. Still the team has struggled in the new campaign.
And as per the SunSport, Gareth Southgate has his say on Cristiano Ronaldo. He said, "And I'm certain the way Ronaldo plays, the way he lives his life, preparing, diet- those sorts of things.
Can only be a positive role model for the young players there. They will definitely be watching intently. "Concluded the Three Lions manager.
Manchester United have seen Ronaldo score five goals already after his second return to the club. And the most notable one is the winning goal at the last minute against Villareal at Old Trafford.
Which automatically lifted the crown as he smashed it at the Strendford end. And as well celebrated with his shirt thrown up in the air. Next after the International break is a trip to Leicester City for United.
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