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Cristiano Ronaldo Prevents Manchester United Players From Doing 1 Big Thing Since His Return
- Manchester United players have been blocked from eating puddings by Cristiano Ronaldo following his return
- Ivory Coast international Eric Bailly confirmed this latest development while speaking about the Premier League side
- Cristiano Ronaldo was among the scorers on Thursday night as Manchester United beat Burnley 3-1 in an EPL tie
Cristiano Ronaldo has stopped Manchester United players from eating the puddings since the Portuguese returned to Old Trafford before the start of the ongoing EPL season.
After spending three seasons at Italian giants Juventus where he failed to win the Champions League, Cristiano Ronaldo then decided to leave and made a return to Old Trafford.
The Portugal international even scored a brace on his second debut for Manchester United in which the Old Trafford fans were happy and hailed the five-time Ballon d'Or winner.
How did Cristiano Ronaldo stop Man United stars from eating puddings?
Eric Bailly's statement about puddings
"No, we've stopped. All the players stopped because it's good, you need to change sometimes.
"Ronaldo has been the best for a long time, why? Your body, you need to take care of it."
What is Manchester United position on the Premier League table?
After 18 games played so far this season, Manchester United are currently occupying sixth position on the Premier League table with 31 points.
Ronaldo moves up in Man United’s All-time goals chart after goal vs Burnley
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Portuguese sensation Cristiano Ronaldo found the back of the net in Manchester United’s 3-1 win over Burnley in the Premier League on Thursday night.
The 36-year-old tapped into the net for the Red Devils’ third goal of the encounter after the goalkeeper parried Scott McTominay’s effort onto his path.
His penalty against Norwich earlier in December saw him on the same level with legendary Tommy Taylor who netted 131 goals for the Old Trafford outfit before he retired.
And following his goal against Burnley, Ronaldo moves ahead of Taylor, whose haul would, of course, have been even greater had he not lost his life in the 1958 Munich Air Disaster.