Cristiano Ronaldo on Saturday afternoon, 23 April, scored on his return to Manchester United squad, but his effort was not enough to save the Red Devils from suffering a 3-1 loss at Arsenal. The Premier League encounter was a tough one for Manchester United as Cristiano Ronaldo tried his best to save his team, but Arsenal players were more determined to get the win.
Having defeated Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Arsenal started their Premier League game against Man United impressively and it took them only three minutes to score the first goal through Nuno Tavares.
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The Portugal international restored parity for Manchester United in the 34th minute after Bukayo Saka had doubled Arsenal’s lead via a penalty two minutes earlier.
The first half at the Emirates stadium however ended 2-1 in favour of Arsenal with Man United fans thinking their players would soar in the second half. Granit Xhaka scored the third goal for Arsenal in the 70th minute as the Gunners recorded a 3-1 win over the Red Devils.
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