Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal on Wednesday night at Old Trafford saved Manchester United another embarrassing moment at the Theater of Dreams after they lost to Leicester City at the same stadium at the weekend.
Atlanta were on cruise control as they led the Wednesday Champions League match against United with a 2-0 goal margin.
A 53rd minutes goal from Marcus Rashford lifted the team’s hope of earning at least a draw.
Harry Maguire who was assisted by Bruno Fernandez on the 75th minute brought the scoreline to parity with both teams pressing hard on each other’s half.
While most United had concluded that the best that they could get from the match was a draw, the team’s star boy; Cristiano Ronaldo on the 81st minutes sent the fans of United into wild jubilation as he netted the team’s third goal in the second 45minutes of the group F encounter between an England and Italain teams, a lead that United held until the center referee concluded the match.
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The victory over Atlanta, though was a huge relief for Man United fans, they were still not convinced that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was the coach with the requisite managerial prowess to push the team to be at par with other big clubs in Premiership and Europe.