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How did Cristiano Ronaldo do in his first stint at Manchester United?

Cristiano Ronaldo's second chance at Manchester United is taken as a fairy tale, as a great sense of belonging of the player to an institution in which he could shine and became known on the football planet.

Cristiano Ronaldo's second chance at Manchester United is taken as a fairy tale, as a great sense of belonging of the player to an institution in which he could shine and became known on the football planet.

In this market, the one in which money has been preponderant over all things, a small gesture of gratitude seems to have been the one that Cristiano Ronaldo had with Manchester United; of course, the English also pay and hard. It is a second experience in which the footballer wants to make a mark.

When the young Portuguese man first came to the Red Devils in 2003, fans did not imagine that he would be one of the legends of world football in the 21st century. His first year with the red box was not the best, since he played 40 games and only scored six goals, a goalscoring average of 0.15 per commitment played.

There were six seasons in which Cristiano Ronaldo wore and walked the courts of England, even Europe, with that number 7, which he immortalized for his life with the well-known, CR7. As he gained experience and gained international recognition, his numbers rose until he became the great player who caught the attention of the almighty Real Madrid.

In his previous cycle at Manchester United, he played a total of 292 games, among all competitions, in which he scored 118 goals. That is, in numerical terms, he finished with an average goal of 0.40 per game, to which 61 assists were added that ended up in the rival network. In addition, he won 12 titles, including 3 Premier and a Champions League.

 

 

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