Cristiano Ronaldo has thanked Manchester United faithfuls around the world after scoring a late winning goal in champions league cracker against Villarreal on Wednesday according to Metro news.
Manchester United were behind after Paco Alcacer scored the opening goal for the submarine but Alex Telez equalized for the 20 times English premier league champions following a superb free kick from Bruno Fernandes.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored the winner in 94th minutes of play to send the home fans into wild celebration. The 36 year old has now thanked the United adoring fans for believing in him.
The Portuguese captain believe Manchester United can progress from the group after the encounter and thanked the fans for the part they took in the win. It would be recalled that United lost their first Champions league match of the season against Young Boys.
The next Manchester United match is against Everton at home on the 2nd of October while they will face Liecester on October 16 after international break. They will lock horns with Atalanta on October 20 in the EUFA champions league.
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