Ronaldo’s goal ends scoreless run, patches relationship with Rangnick


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By Emmanuel Okogba

Manchester United interim coach, Ralf Rangnick described Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal in his side’s 2-0 win over Brighton last night as amazing, saying the striker had a good performance.

Ronaldo had gone six games without scoring, cutting a frustrated figure anytime he fails to, amidst rumors of a strained relationship with the manager.

The drought was the longest the Portugese had suffered since 2009, but his effort in the 51st sent United on their way to a much needed victory and pushed them into top four.

Ronaldo scored against Brighton to end a six-game drought

“That was an amazing goal,” Rangnick in repsonse to what he thought of Ronaldo’s goal.

“Not only an important one but an amazing goal.

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“I think overall it was a good performance by Cristiano. Energetically, he was on there, he was always trying to help the teammates, so I think in the last weeks definitely the best…

Source: Vanguard Newspaper