Christiano Ronaldo has continued to defy the years by continuing his remarkable start to life at Old Trafford. The Portuguese helped United to a 2-1 win over Spanish giants Villarreal in the second game of the Champions League. He scored an injury time winner to spare United the embarrassment of remaining bottom of the group after shock loss to Young Boys in the first game.
This means that Ronaldo has scored 5 goals since his return to United earlier this month. As a result, Ronaldo has recently been nominated for the Premier League Player of the Month Award. He scored three goals in the Premier League in September to help United finish the month in fourth position after 6 matches.
With Ronaldo only getting better and better as the team learns to play to his strength, more is expected to come from him. At 36 years of age, Ronaldo is defying the perception that his legs will not make it in the EPL. Do you think he will compete for the Golden Boot? Do you think he will make United Champions again?
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