Manchester United are riding high after their three goal win against arch rivals Arsenal last week.The red devils are on a quest for redemption and get back into the top four of the premier league title race.They are however in trouble ahead of their premier league clash today against Norwich after their key player suffered an injury.This is none other than their Portuguese superstar and this season's leading top scorer Christiano Ronaldo.Ronaldo reportedly hurt his knee while celebrating his second goal against Arsenal.The knee which is apparently fractured will see him get sidelined for today's game.The club medics are yet to ascertain the severity of the injury and the time frame that Ronaldo will be out.So far,Ronaldo has scored 12 goals and provided 3 assists in all competitions.He has single handedly given United hopes and led them back to winning ways.His absence today might end up jeopardizing United's chances of winning and getting back into the top four.
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