After scoring his 700th club goal, Cristiano Ronaldo remains focused on Manchester United.
After scoring his 700th goal in his club career on Sunday during Manchester United's victory over Everton, Cristiano Ronaldo has broken his silence to address the media.
After scoring a goal just before halftime, the superstar broke all previous records to become the first player in the history of football to reach the remarkable milestone. At Goodison Park, that was United's second goal of the day, and it finished off their comeback to win the game for the away team.
In addition, Ronaldo finally broke his goalless streak in the Premier League after going six games without scoring a goal thanks to the goal he scored. However, following the victory on Merseyside, Ronaldo communicated with his teammates to emphasize the importance of carrying on the work that they had begun under Erik ten Hag's direction rather than focusing on his own accomplishments.
Despite the fact that the first few months of the Dutchman's reign have seen a variety of outcomes, Ronaldo is optimistic about the direction in which United are heading. "Congrats on the win, guys! One more positive step in the right direction! We are stronger together "he sent out tweets.
Alongside that particular post was a photograph of him celebrating the milestone goal that he had just scored, which had won all three points for the Red Devils. The goal was scored by him after he had spent the first part of the game on the bench, prior to coming into the game to replace the injured Anthony Martial.
After latching onto Casemiro's through ball, he took a shot that went past Jordan Pickford to convey a message to Ten Hag about the possibility of using him as a substitute. Gary Lineker pointed out that his incredible record of 700 goals equates to an average of 35 goals scored per season over a period of 20 years.
Following the victory over the Toffees, United manager Ten Hag heaped praise upon his team's star player. The Dutchman insisted that he has faith that the Portugal captain will start scoring goals for the Red Devils now that he has been given more opportunities."That is a very impressive accomplishment. A monumental performance would be scoring 700 goals. I couldn't be more thrilled for him. I want to congratulate him on that performance, and I'm also pleased for him because it's his first goal in the Premier League so far this year "he said.
"He was required to wait for it, and I have no doubt that there will be additional goals. It is essential for every player; even if you are the best in the world, you still need to be able to score goals. I have collaborated with a lot of goal scorers, particularly those two.
After United's victory over the Toffees, the team's manager, Ten Hag, was very complimentary toward his team's standout player. The Dutchman insisted that he has faith that the Portugal captain will begin scoring goals for the Red Devils now that he has been given more opportunities. He added that he is looking forward to seeing this development."That is an extremely impressive feat that you have accomplished. A performance of such monumental stature would be scoring 700 goals. I couldn't be happier for him given this news. "I want to congratulate him on that performance, and I'm also pleased for him because it's his first goal in the Premier League so far this year," he said. "It's his first goal in the Premier League so far this year."
He was obligated to wait for it, and I have no reason to believe that there won't be any more goals after this one. It is necessary for every player; even if you are the best in the world, you still need to be able to score goals in order to be successful. I have worked closely with a large number of goal scorers, including those two in particular.