Cristiano Ronaldo has taken off at Manchester United like he never left. He already got off to a goalscoring start at the club, scoring in his first two games for the Red Devils.
He scored two goals on his second debut in the Premier League in the 4-1 win over Newcastle to increase his Premier League total goals to 87 surpassing Eden Hazard and Fernando Torres in the process.
He also scored on his second Champions League debut for the club with his goal against Young Boys against whom he never scored before and increased the number of the teams he has scored against to 36, and his total goals to 135.
He also equalled the appearance record of Iker Casillas with his 177th appearance. He has now scored three goals in two games for the club and if he continues, he will break and set more new records.