Manchester United v. Newcastle United | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 9/11/2021 | NBC Sports

Manchester United v. Newcastle United | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 9/11/2021 | NBC Sports

Cristiano Ronaldo enjoyed a fairytale return to Old Trafford, bagging a brace against Newcastle to propel Manchester United to a 4-1 win. #NBCSports #PremierLeague #ManUnited #Newcastle
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Manchester United v. Newcastle United | PREMIER LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS | 9/11/2021 | NBC Sports

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51 Responses

  1. Joseph Dormon says:

    Pogba creativity finally being recognized. More ASSISTS

  2. Nikunj Pasari says:

    It’s impossible to express how we as United fans feel when Ronaldo is back….written in the stars !

  3. DaVirgil says:

    Ronaldo and Lingardinho in one team, I don’t see how premier league defenses will survive

  4. Ángel says:

    I feel like Ronaldo is doing more skills like back in the day

  5. Bvllest says:

    Greenwood was very solid on the right today even though no goals. The kid is improving each and every game

  6. Jun Hasegawa says:

    i can’t be the only one who’s replayed the celly over a hundred times now

  7. Royalty Exotic Cars says:

    Couldn’t have asked for a better day! The GOAT IS BACK

  8. Pradibya Shrestha says:

    Pogba on his way to break the assists record and Ronaldo back like he never left. Exciting times ahead. SIIIIUUUU

  9. W!CKED PHO3NIX says:

    It’s funny how the atmosphere of a club drastically changed things. At Juve Ronaldo was pressured, here at Man U he is appreciated. Big difference.

    • rodrich182 says:

      Of course he is. ManU is a small club compared to Juventus and R. Madrid. There’s no pressure. ManU are happy with being second to city and winning Europa Leagues. Good luck Ronaldo!

    • Joy Barua says:

      @rodrich182 hahaha what

    • Michael Garcia says:

      @Q & A Football Spain are assholes in general tho so it’s typical

    • Christopher Biro Jr says:

      For real, people saying they didn’t need him and now they’re gonna realize that he was the reason they even made CL

    • Our_illumination says:

      @Matt The only reason Messi went to PSG for “free” was because he allowed his contract to run out. He had said a season before that he wanted to leave Barcelona because of the way the board and Koeman treated his players and his team. When they kicked out Luis Suarez, he made his stance immediately.

      So he let them figure things out if they could… Turns out the Barca board is a headless chicken.

  10. Audrey Bradford says:

    poor woodman the goalkeeper. Tonight his last thought will be, “Ronaldo putting it between me legs aint too bad”

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