Cristiano Ronaldo's second spell to Manchester United has been quite impressive even though it had not reflected much on the team's league standing as United currently are ninth on the table and could go as low as 12th by the end of this gameweek.
Manchester United face a tough task against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the next few hours and would need a more than ordinary performance against the league leaders to come out of London with anything against a high flying Chelsea.
Ronaldo's numbers against the Blues have not been the best. He has only one goal against the Blues, the one he scored in the normal time of the 2008 UEFA Champions League final which United went on to win despite Ronaldo missing his spot kick.
He has played 10 Premier League games and has failed to score but provided just two assists. Chelsea is the side he has faced the most without scoring. In total he has played 15 games against Chelsea, won five, drew four and lost six. If he scores his first Premier League goal against Chelsea today, it will be his 800th career goal.