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Why Ronaldo's Goal Against Atalanta Could Boost United Squad Ahead Of Liverpool Clash.

Manchester United win against Serie A side Atalanta could help the Red Devils return to winning ways in the Premier League on Sunday evening, as they will welcome Liverpool to Old Trafford in their Premier League clash.

Manchester played against Atalanta at Old Trafford last night, 2 first half goals against United was disappointing, as they came back in the second half with a bright start that kept them in the game, as goals from Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire and Cristiano Ronaldo was enough to help United take all three points in the clash, as they move top of Group F in matchday 3.

Cristiano Ronaldo thumps his header past Atalanta goalkeeper Musso from close range to put Manchester United ahead 3-2 in the 81st minutes of the second half. The Portuguese has been sensational since his return to Old Trafford in the summer transfer window.

2 Reasons why Ronaldo's header against Atalanta could boost United ahead of Liverpool clash

1. The Portuguese international have scored 7 goals in 8 appearances for the Red Devils.

Ronaldo's form is sending a message to Liverpool in their Premier clash with United by weekend. United will welcome Jurgen Klopp side to Old Trafford in a mouth watering clash, as Ronaldo's form could give United an advantage ahead of the clash. The Portuguese is a match winner and could score against the Reds in their clash.

2. Ronaldo's inclusion in United starting XI could give the Red Devils a boost in the clash.

This clash could be very important for both sides title challenge this season. The Portuguese could always make the difference in crucial clashes like this, as it will be a game that involves tactics vs tactics as either managers could win the clash. This clash could determine their title hope this season.

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