United got their first win in the Europa League this year as Jadon Sancho and Ronaldo got the goals. Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring for Manchester United in the 2022/23 season. Ronaldo managed to give a 2-0 victory over Sheriff Tiraspol on matchday two of the Europa League, Friday (16/9) early this morning.
In the Zimbru match last night, the Red Devils took the lead through Jadon Sancho’s 17th minute goal after the England international assisted Christian Eriksen. Then, before half-time, Ronaldo managed to convert a penalty to create the best record in one season in his career.
Last night was Ronaldo’s 699th goal for the club, Sheriff’s 124th in all competitions. Not only that, Ronaldo’s goal was also his first in the Europa League. Among his 699 club goals, he has 311 in La Liga, 140 in the Champions League. 102 in the English Premier League, 81 in the Italian Serie A. 3 in the Portuguese Primeira Liga and 1 in the Europa League.
How did Ronaldo respond?
After the match, United manager Erik ten Hag also congratulated Ronaldo. He said: “We can expect when you miss game time, so he will work hard and try to reach his fitness level and get another goal. “You can see that he is close [to his best] when he is at his best, and he will beat the opposition.
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I think he is committed to the work and fully believes in the team, and put him at work. “And you can see the connections around him and he’s building those connections, so I’m excited to see that.” Next up for United The win over Sheriff leaves Ten Hag’s men second in the Europa League Group E table, three points behind Real Sociedad who maintained their 100% record after defeating opposition Omonia Nicosia. As for this weekend, United will not be taking part in the competition as their Premier League match against Leeds will be postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.