Arsenal 3-1 Man United Ronaldo’s return

In his 100th Premier League game, Ronaldo missed a good chance to score the winning goal for Manchester United but fortunately for Arsenal, he missed the penalty. Elanga outpaced Tavares and went down in the box, but the resulting penalty appeal was worthless, meaning that Ronaldo was denied his 100th Premier League goal. Diogo Dalot rattled the bar from distance, but the comeback was spearheaded by Martin Odegaard. His clever backheel found Eddie Nketia, who went for power rather than placement and was denied by David De Gea.

Arsenal’s first goal against Man United

The second half was dominated by Manchester United. Both sides dominated possession and had several chances to equalize. In the first half, Anthony Elanga twice ran through on goal but couldn’t finish, and David de Gea had to save a penalty after Fernandes had stuttered. Then, Ronaldo scored the winner from offside after a shaky challenge from David Dalot. After the goal, David Ramsdale beat the rebound and Xhaka ran at Cedric Soares.

Yellow card for Cristiano Ronaldo (Man. United).
Enter Tomiyasu, exit Cédric (Arsenal).
89′ Arsenal fans release ‘olés’
84′ In Juan Mata, out Bruno Fernandes (Man. United).
82′ Lindelöf (Man. United) is shown a yellow card.
81′ Long pass for Ronaldo, but Ramsdale got there first
80′ Yellow card to Elneny (Arsenal).
78′ In Lingard, out Elanga (Man. United).
77′ In Rashford, out Matic (Man. United).
77′ Bruno Fernandes (Man. United) is shown the yellow card for a tough foul on Nuno Tavares. It was evaluated by the VAR
76′ Rangnick will reinforce attack with Lingard and Rashford
74′ In Rob Holding, out Saka (Arsenal).
73′ Saka in physical difficulties
72′ Arsenal score when United were a little over the top
71′ Great long shot by Xhaka, taking advantage of a rebound to shoot from outside the area. Catch De Gea on the counter-foot
71′ 3-1, GOAL by Xhaka (Arsenal). look here
68′ Nuno Tavares (Arsenal) is shown a yellow card.
67′ Xhaka (Arsenal) is shown a yellow card.
64′ In Martinelli, out Smith-Rowe (Arsenal).
63′ Diogo Dalot (Man. United) hits the post again!
61′ Lines analyzed, the goal is not valid, the 2-1 remains for Arsenal.
61′ Bid analyzed by VAR.
60′ Ronaldo celebrates goal, but Cristiano Ronaldo (Man. United) is called offside.
59′ Elanga (Man. United) cross shot, Ramsdale has to hit the ground
58′ Emirates explodes on Bruno’s failure, Manchester misses chance to equalize
57′ Bruno Fernandes misses the penalty!! Put the ball to your left and throw it at the post- I couldn’t believe it.
57′ Missed penalty by Bruno Fernandes (Man. United).
56′ Referee gives penalty! Advances Bruno Fernandes, the captain
55′ VAR evaluates possible penalty for United after Nuno Tavares hits the ball with his arm in the area in a header by Matic
51′ Nuno Tavares (Arsenal) shot on top!
restart the game
BREAK, 2-1: Arsenal came in very well, scoring early. United’s defense shaking again. After Saka scored 2-0 from penalty, Ronaldo scored to reduce to 1-2
A dangerous shot by Odegaard (Arsenal), plus a great defense by De Gea, on the reload Nuno Tavares shoots over the top

Alex Telles (Man. United) shot, great save by Ramsdale
39′ Elneny (Arsenal) shot, plus a save by De Gea
35′ alex Telles assisted after head clash with Cedric
34′ Sancho’s work, Matic’s centre, against Arsenal’s defenders, Ronaldo pulls in with his left foot. As can be understood, discreet in the festivities.
34′ 2-1, GOAL by Cristiano Ronaldo (Man. United). look here
32′ 2 -0 , GOAL by Saka (Arsenal) scored from a penalty. look here
32′ Penalty converted by Saka (Arsenal).
31′ Alex Telles (Man. United) is shown a yellow card.
31′ The referee went to see the images and a penalty was awarded for a foul by Alex Telles on Saka. Nketiah’s goal is thus disallowed
29′ Lance on VAR analysis, also for possible penalty on Saka before Nketiah scores
27′ Arsenal’s insistent play, Odegaard’s vertical center, Saka’s ball bounces and Nketiah takes the shot and celebrates the 2-0. United’s defense stops and De Gea is bouncing offside.
25′ Nketiah (Arsenal) dangerous shot, De Gea makes a great save with the ball going up
24′ United are managing to react to the goal conceded
24′ Diogo Dalot (Man. United) hits the post!
19′ Free kick scored by Odegaard (Arsenal) on top
11′ Bruno Fernandes (Man. United) shot.
8′ The gesture of solidarity with Ronaldo, who lost one of his children in the delivery of Georgina, is repeated: in the 7th minute, Emirates applauded the Portuguese.
6′ Elanga (Man. United) shot cleared by Ronaldo, save by Ramsdale!
3′ United defense watching, the ball passes Varane and Lindelof, Saka’s shot, De Gea deflects it, but Nuno Tavares appears at the far post to score the goal for Arsenal.



Ronaldo’s who missed the 4-0 thrashing of Liverpool with an injury, scored his 22nd goal of the season against his former club. His first goal against Arsenal came from a Nemanja Matic cross. Ronaldo, who was also absent for the thrashing at Liverpool last week, was also on target. But even with that goal, United still remain six points behind the Gunners and risk missing out on European football next season.

Ajax boss Erik ten Hag was less than impressed with United’s start against Arsenal. He dropped Harry Maguire to the bench and watched his home being searched before the match. In the 34th minute, Cristiano Ronaldo’s strike put the visitors in front. However, the Red Devils dominated the second half. However, the goalless draw made United’s fans angry and the hosts will look to avoid another defeat at the Emirates.


Cristiano Ronaldo’s emotional goal

Following the death of his baby son, Cristiano’s 100th Premier League goal was a deeply emotional one. Ronaldo had been left out of United’s midweek game against Liverpool after news of the death of his child emerged on Monday. Ronaldo has scored 16 Premier League goals since his return to the club. But it was not the end of the emotional rollercoaster for the Portuguese player. He has since scored a hat-trick against Norwich City in his first game back at Old Trafford.

A move away from Manchester United to Juventus was also a logical one, and the Portuguese superstar made an emotional return to the Premier League after missing Tuesday’s defeat by Liverpool. He had been on compassionate leave following the birth of his son. This was a rare opportunity for Ronaldo to show his support for the club. The win puts the Portuguese ahead of rivals Manchester United by six points.

The goal was so moving that the crowd applauded for Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored in the seventh minute of the game against Arsenal FC. The raucous support for the former Real Madrid star came after the Manchester United star had lost his twin earlier in the season. The fans gave Ronaldo the ovation that he needed to keep his emotional level high after scoring his 100th Premier League goal.

Ramsdale’s character

Aaron Ramsdale is a man of the sloppy pass, but he tries to play the ball to McTominay, who shoot, but his attempt is blocked by Nuno Tavares. The goalkeeper has to watch it for a few moments, before VAR rules out a penalty. The ball is then struck by Ronaldo as he nips in from the left corner.

The real-life Ronaldo will be on the field this weekend, and Ramsdale has a goal to celebrate in a way that screams of happiness and hope. The Arsenal midfielder recently featured on Amazon Prime’s #BlackFridayLive Twitch stream, playing as the Gunners and taking on Nathan Dawe and Aston Villa. While he was there, he answered questions from fans and answered their questions.

Manchester United had many chances in the first half, but Arsenal broke the deadlock in less than three minutes, after a poor clearance from Alex Telles and Raphael Varane. After the goal, Arsenal went on the offensive. Granit Xhaka scored in the 70th minute, and the Gunners jumped to fourth place in the table. Manchester United, meanwhile, falls to sixth and will lose six points in their remaining games.

Against San Marino, Ramsdale made his England debut. The game ended 10-0 and he played 90 minutes. Afterwards, he apologized to the fans, saying the opposition was “easy”.

Dhaka’s performance

Granit Xhaka’s goal against Manchester United was a dazzling example of how a young player can make an impact on a game. The goal was a wonder strike, although he’s not known for scoring ‘wonder goals’. Nevertheless, Xhaka’s thunderbolt strike against Manchester United could lift Arsenal to the top four. The goal was scored in the 70th minute, and the Arsenal fans were delighted to see the defender celebrate with his teammates. He blew kisses to the Arsenal crowd, which is a testament to his ability to do so.

The first goal came after 22 minutes when Diogo Dalot’s shot hit the crossbar. A second goal was scored by Arsenal in the 32nd minute when Bukayo Saka netted a penalty. The goal was controversial, as VAR reviewed the decision, but the referee gave the hosts a penalty for a foul on Saka inside the box. Ronaldo then hit the equaliser two minutes after the goal, sneaking it past Aaron Ramsdale.

Xhaka began the game well, helping the team win the midfield battle and scoring the opening goal. In the 71st minute, he smashed home a trademark piledriver. He also won five ground duels and provided a vital assist to the second goal, which was scored from a penalty. Xhaka’s performance against Man United remained impressive, even after Xhaka was substituted early in the second half due to injury.

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