Cristiano Ronaldo, And Anthony Scrores As Manchester United Registered Victory Over Apparently Invincible Everton

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Manchester United Registered a victory to stop Frank Lampard’s Everton’s unbeaten run in the premier league so far. In the away match at the Goodison Park on Sunday evening, Cristiano Roanldo also breaks his deadlock of premier league goals this season and got back in the score sheet registering what he has been known for, scoring the winning goal of the match. He registered his first premier league goal this season which is in fact the 700th goal of his lucrative club career.

Ronaldo at 37 when most of his colleagues from the start of his career has become managers or football pundits enjoyed his 700th goal of what is a decorated club career to give Manchester United the lead building up upon Anthony’s equalizer, who incidentally have also scored three goals in his first consecutive premier league matches.

Bruno Fernandes speaking with BT Sport said it has become hard for them to keep counting Cristiano Ronaldo’s goals as it seems like a new recrd every other week.

Manchester United Win Over Everton Because Of Ronaldo’s Winning Goal:

Everton got started off to a fast start, as Iwobi’s outside-the-box strike beyond David de Gea gave them the lead after only five minutes.

However, Manchester United quickly evened the score just ten minutes later when Anthony Martial released Antony in the back. After joining Manchester United from Ajax, the Brazilian winger switched to his preferred left foot and blew past Pickford for his third goal in the same number of games.

Just prior to the half-hour point, the playmaker Martial had to leave the field because of an injury and also was substituted by Ronaldo.

A second before the initial half ended, Ronaldo, a replacement, scored his 700th club strike to give Manchester United the lead.

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