Cristiano Ronaldo arrives at Man Utd training in new £200k supercar after hat-trick

Ronaldo in action

 

Cristiano Ronaldo has arrived at training after his hat-trick display in Manchester United’s win over Tottenham on Saturday. The Red Devils star scored only his second treble for the Red Devils as they kept their top four hopes alive. He drove into training at Carrington in a convertible Aston Martin, worth a cool £200k, as he and his United teammates turn their attention to Atletico Madrid.

 

Cristiano Ronaldo in exotic car

Ronaldo returned to the starting XI on Saturday having missed the Manchester derby. The reason behind his omission was due to injury, although that theory has since been challenged. The Portuguese star put any doubts to one side however as he notched three times against Tottenham. His hat-trick goal came with nine minutes left and proved to be the winner whilst it also made him the FIFA all-time top goalscorer. United are up against rivals Arsenal for fourth spot, with the Gunners very much in pole position due to having three games in hand.

 

Ronaldo

Interim boss Ralf Rangnick said on Ronaldo’s performance: “He made the difference today for sure. But not only the three goals he scored, also his work rate against the ball when Tottenham was in possession was so far the best performance. “Let’s just hope that he stays fully fit for the rest of the season and we see further games like this one from the whole team and also from Cristiano.”

 

The German confessed that he was unsure about the 37-year-old and his fitness.
“I expected him to score. That’s why I decided to play him, although he only resumed training on Thursday,” he claimed after Saturday’s win. “His training session on Thursday was so good that’s why I decided to play him from the start and not have him on the bench. In the end, it was the right decision.” United will host Atletico on Tuesday with the tie very much still in the balance after Anthony Elanga’s late equaliser in the Spanish capital.

 

Ronaldo in action

The Red Devils were outplayed for large chunks of the clash at the Wanda Metropolitano but escaped with a draw. Since returning to Manchester several critics have cited the No 7 as a negative influence due to the way he’s forced the team to alter their style. Paul Pogba thought anything but that when he spoke at the weekend, stating: “We know Cristiano Ronaldo and what he can do. He did what he does best. “He’s a record-breaker, that is his motivation. He wants to be number one and be the best and he shows it in the game and training always.”

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