Man United beat Arsenal – Ronaldo breaks 800-hit barrier

Updated on December 2, 2021 at 11:36 pm

  • Manchester United scored a crucial home victory in the Premier League, in front of new coach Ralph Rangnick.
  • English football champions beat Arsenal 3-2 after a loss on Thursday evening.

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Manchester United have taken the next step out of the crisis thanks to two goals from record scorer Cristiano Ronaldo. In front of his upcoming German trainer Ralf Rangnick, the English record champions beat Arsenal 3:2 (1:1) in the top game and made their way back to within two points of international status.

The day before the official Rangnik performance, Ronaldo once again became the person of the evening for the Red Devils. With his two goals (52nd and 70th), the Portuguese superstar decided in favor of ManUnited and broke the next career sound barrier with goal numbers 800 and 801 in official games. Before him, no footballer had scored 800 goals. Pele has scored 765 goals so far, Lionel Messi has scored 756 goals so far.

Rangnik, who will be experiencing his joint premiere at Crystal Palace (3pm/Sky) on Sunday, witnessed a real football spectacle from the grandstand at Old Trafford. After Smith Rowe put the visitors on the lead (18th), Man United turned the game around with goals from Bruno Fernandes (44th) and Ronaldo.

Manchester interim coach Carrick remains unbeaten

After a 2–2 draw (55th) from Martin Edegard, it was again Ronaldo who scored the acclaimed winning goal with a converted penalty. Manchester interim coach Michael Carrick, who took over from sacked team manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, remained unbeaten in his third and last game.

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Rangnik, 63, was confirmed as the successor of the slain Solskjaer on Monday. The former Bundesliga coach will look after United until the end of the season and then serve the club as sports advisor for two years.

With the UK leaving the EU, it is more difficult to obtain a work permit, so Rangnik was delayed. In addition, according to the media, the new pandemic rules made entry more difficult. He can make his official debut on Friday. (AFP/FRA)

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