Premier League, 5th day – MU wins on the wire at West Ham (1-2), Ronaldo still scorer, De Gea decisive

Manchester United is doing very well. This Sunday afternoon, the Red Devils won on the lawn of West Ham (1-2), during the 5th day of the Premier League. At London Stadium, Cristiano Ronaldo (35th) and Jesse Lingard (89th) offered victory to theirs. However, it was the Hammers who opened the scoring, through Saïd Benrahma (30th), while at the very end of the game, Mark Noble missed the equalizer penalty (90th + 5). In the English Championship standings, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men join Liverpool in the lead, with 13 points.

One only had to see the explosion of joy from the Manchester United players, at the final whistle, who rushed into David de Gea’s arms, to realize how precious this victory is. It must also be said that their goalkeeper had just deflected the penalty from the equalizer of West Ham (90th + 5). David Moyes had taken a huge risk in bringing in veteran Mark Noble to shoot him, but so it didn’t pay off.


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Three goals in two PL games for Ronaldo

Penalties, he could have just had more than one in favor of Manchester United, while Cristiano Ronaldo found himself several times on the ground, in the penalty area (77th, 85th, 90th + 1). Finally, the Portuguese international did not need this to score his third goal in two Premier League games at the start of the season.

With success, the former resident of Juventus and Real Madrid concluded a close action in two stages (35th, 1-1). West Ham’s London Stadium has become the 66th different stadium where Cristiano Ronaldo has scored in matches played in Europe’s five big leagues, scoring in more unique venues than any other player since his Manchester United debut in 2003-2004, ahead of Zlatan Ibrahimovic (64).

Ronaldo stepped up his attempts towards the London cage, but Lukas Fabianski was on his way each time (24th, 42nd, 47th). Overall, Manchester United has framed a lot, also through Luke Shaw (28th), Aaron Wan-Bissaka (34th), or even Bruno Fernandes (75th), who also touched the post (27th). Finally, West Ham cracked a second and last time on a magnificent goal from Jesse Lingard, full skylight (89th, 1-2). On loan with the Hammers from January to June, the attacking midfielder did not celebrate his goal, but he did a lot of damage to his former team.

Cristiano Ronaldo at West Ham-Manchester United (1-2)

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