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'Never in doubt' - Manchester United fans praise Cristiano Ronaldo for breaking goal drought
- Cristiano Ronaldo has ended his goal drought with a stunner against Brighton and Hove Albion at Old Trafford
- The 37-year-old had gone six games without a goal before scoring a stunning goal against Brighton in the English Premier League on Tuesday night
- Ronaldo's ninth goal of the season has sparked celebration among Manchester United fans on Social Media
Manchester United pipped Brighton and Hove Albion 2-0 in the English Premier League on Tuesday evening thanks to a spectacular strike by Cristiano Ronaldo.
The 37-year-old headed into the game having scored 14 goals in 26 games this season for the Red Devils.
However, the former Real Madrid superstar endured his worst goal duck for more than a decade after playing 587 minutes without hitting the back of the net.
After a boring first half which ended 0-0, Ronaldo took matters into his own hands to unleash an unstoppable strike past goalkeeper Robert Sanchez in the second period of the game.
His goal sparked celebration among his fanbase on Twitter.
@SOffvcial believes that Ronaldo is the greatest player the world has ever seen.
This Tweet is for Cristiano Ronaldo!!! The greatest man to ever kick the ball. Long May you reign Ororo!!!!
@nkdikohtv tweeted that, Ronaldo, who has been accused as the player holding Manchester United back, scored to rescue his team against Brighton.
The problem just scored #mufc #MUNBHA
@tansley_nathan opined that it will take more than one goalkeeper to stop Ronaldo's goal from hitting the back of the net.
What a goal Ronaldo need 2 keepers to save that #MUFC
@extremefootbal4 hailed Ronaldo for producing yet another clutch moment at age 37.
I’m still in awe of what I saw tonight. Delivering a man of the match performance and scoring a clutch goal in an important game in the toughest league in the world, at the golden age of 37, is just astonishing. Never doubt greatness. He is not man, he is Ronaldo.
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@thereddevil2510 believes 37-year-old Ronaldo scored like a younger Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo rolled back the years with the way he scored that goal today. #MUFC
Ronaldo Sends Strong Message to Man United Teammates
Cristiano Ronaldo has expressed happiness after breaking his goal drought as Manchester United defeated Brighton on Tuesday night, 15 February, and also urged his teammates for them to continue impressing.
Things have been tough for the Portugal international recently in the Premier League with Manchester United fans frustrated with Cristiano Ronaldo's inability to score goals.
When the former Real Madrid star arrived back at Old Trafford, fans were happy to see their legend and Cristiano Ronaldo even netted brace in his second debut for the Red Devils.