Ronaldo takes to Instagram to celebrate Man United's last-gasp win

Cristiano Ronaldo takes to Instagram to celebrate Man United’s last-gasp win over West Ham after cutting a frustrated figure AGAIN at Old Trafford, as he admits ‘the road is bumpy and filled with obstacles’ after his recent tantrums

  • Cristiano Ronaldo showed his frustration on several occasions against West Ham
  • But he took it to Instagram to celebrate the win against the Hammers 
  • United have are in the Champions League spots for the first time since October  

Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo took it to Instagram to celebrate his team’s win against West Ham. 

The Red Devils’ looked set to drop two points against the Hammers but Marcus Rashford’s injury time goal ensure United took all three points at Old Trafford. 

Ronaldo was involved in the lead up to the goal as he found Anthony Martial, who played in Edinson Cavani and the latter put it on a plate for Rashford to tap-in at the back-post. 

Marcus Rashford’s injury-time goal ensured United took all three points at Old Trafford 

Cristiano Ronaldo displayed his frustration on several occasions before the winning goal 

Ronaldo posted a photo of the team celebrating and captioned it: ‘One more important win before the Premier League stoppage, one more step towards our goals. 

‘The road is bumpy and filled with obstacles, but we stand together and working hard to make our supporters proud! Let’s go, Devils!’

The Portuguese superstar displayed his frustration on a few occasions during the 90 minutes. 

Early in the game, a free-kick struck the wall and Mason Greenwood attempted to score from the rebound instead of crossing it to Ronaldo. 

Just before the break, Greenwood ignored Ronaldo again as he opted to shoot during a counter-attack, instead of passing and the veteran was seen pointing at the ground, indicating that he was open.  

After a poor run of form, Rashford has now scored in back-to-back Premier League games 

After a poor run of form, Rashford has now scored in his last two games and he’s now looking to the future. He told BBC Match of The Day: ‘We have to use that winning feeling. We could have been a bit better on the ball but managed to get the goal we needed and can use that as motivation now.

 ‘When there are two teams so close together in the table, both are fighting to be in front of one another and today we managed to get there. We are sitting fourth now, some teams have games to play, but it is nice to be in that position.

‘The wins are what’s important, when you get wins, consecutive wins, you can really start to go on a run and that is what gives everyone confidence.’




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