If Cristiano Ronaldo was to play every minute of his 1082 games against Chelsea, then he wouldn't have been able to score 791 goals in his career. Over the years, one team that has been a tough nut to crack for the Portugese International on the pitch is none other than the Blue contingent of West London.
Portugal great Cristiano Ronaldo is in line to make his second debut for Manchester United on Saturday in the Premier League against Newcastle and will be hoping to make an immediate impact for the Red devils. Manchester United new number 7 has been spotted at Old Trafford pitch in a Manchester United shirt for the first time since 2009.
Own goals are really not good credits for a footballer but it's inevitable in football. Some players are really unfortunate and always score own goals. We have the top five players with most own goals in premier league history. 1: Wes Brown (6 own goals) : Wes Brown is one of Manchester United ex players, he played very well during his Professional career in Manchester United.
There have been numerous defensive duos in this century. We have Ricardo Carvalho and John Terry, we have Sergio Ramos and Pepe, we have Alessandro Nesta and Paolo Maldini and many others. But one defensive duo that stood out was Nemanja Vidic and Rip Ferdinand, when they were at their prime at Manchester United.
The new Manchester United recruit was unveiled at the club's stadium yesterday after putting pen to paper on a two-year deal. For a while now, many people have been waiting for that moment to come. The Portuguese striker left Juventus for United towards the end of this summer's transfer window, but didn't team up with his new teammates until after his commitment with Portugal during the international break.
Cristiano Ronaldo is about to make his second debut as a Man Utd player on Saturday against Newcastle United at old Trafford. He made his first debut as Man Utd player against Bolton Wanderers on 16th August, 2003 in United’s 4-0. He went to Old Trafford this morning to get a glimpse of the stadium for the first time since he left the club in 2009 before his second debut on Saturday.
Footballers, especially defenders, suffer great emotional distress when they score against the team they are playing for.
Cristiano Ronaldo who made a remarkable return to his former root in manchester, as revealed how long he intends to stay at United. The 35-year old 5-time Balon d'or winner who spent six years at his spell with 2003-2009, has revealed he has a lot to contribute in the next 3 or 4 years at the club.
We will be looking forward to see Players that has scored Most Own goals During Their Premier League Era.
This is my humble opinion as a football fan and enthusiast. I have been following the English Premier League for more than 15 years. Based on my several years of experience in watching different teams play, I have come to the conclusion that I can never support Manchester United Football Club. Photo of A Distressed Man Utd Fan For Illustrative Purpose Photo of A Crying Man Utd Fan For Illustrative Purposes Considering the high number of its fan base, I decided to make my reasons very clear so that everyone can
Footballers due to their pay check can afford expensive things ranging from anything imaginable and based on this, a building dosent have to look old before they request for another one. So far is not upto their standard, they will go for another one. Check out the following footballers who demolished their mansion based on the designs that they don't like and which is quite different from their taste. Wayne Rooney Coleen McLoughlin Wayne Rooney and McLoughlin was known to secure a 1930s mansion in Pestbury
Own goal, just like some incidents is one of the unfortunate inevitable moments in football. The player who scored it, and the goalkeeper never saw all of that coming. Trailing behind and managing to keep up with your opponents, then their was a sudden momentarily shaking of the goalpost characterized by a sullen and downcasted face, instead of celebration. No one likes an own goal, and none more than the player who slots it into his own net and has to face the ignominy of the same. In this article, we will
Former Man Utd star, Wes Brown has made comments that will definitely raise more than a few eyebrows ahead of the Manchester Derby on Saturday. The ex player thinks United can finish above City on the table and can challenge for the title if they do one thing. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have his flaws as a manager, but he did manage to get his side to do the double over City in the Premier League last season, whilst also beating them in the League Cup, even if they ultimately lost the tie over two legs. Brown,
Defenders faces difficult task keeping out opposition striker from scoring and helping their own goalie keep a clean sheet. But at times a mistake from them could lead to an own goal. Here are the players who have scored the most own goals in the premier league. 6. Phil Jageilka (6 goals) - The former Everton skipper makes the list having scored past hi own goalkeeper on Six occasions. 5. Rio Ferdinand (6 goals) - Legendary Defender Rio Ferdinand who played for Manchester United scored 6 own goals inside
Manchester United sends a birthday message to Wes Brown, as he celebrate his 41-year old birthday. Wes Brown is a former Manchester United defender, who started his football career in Manchester United. Wes Brown spent 15 years with Manchester United, before he left United for Sunderland. He won trophies and honours with Manchester United. But Wesley Micheal Brown lastly played as a defender for an Indian club. Meet West Brown's Wife And His Children Wes Brown is married to Leanne Brown. According to BravoTv,
Ferguson managed to successfully keep Lionel Messi at bay when Manchester united met Barcelona in the semi-finals of the 2007-08 UEFA Champions League. Now Wes Brown, who played both games, has revealed the legendary manager’s exact instructions to stop the amazing Argentinean. Lionel Messi had scored six goals in the competition that campaign; so the Manchester united manager knew it was necessary to keep the Barcelona ace quiet to win the tie. Wes Brown was handed that job, one the Englishman managed
Manchester united lost 3-2 to RB Leipzig in the UEFA champions league Matchday 6 tie at the RB Leipzig stadium in Germany. The match was of great importance and it would automatically see the winner of the game go through to the last 16 of the Champions league. But Manchester united failed to secure their place in the last 16 courtesy of the loss to Leipzig. Meanwhile,Manchester united have had a slow start to the 2020/21 campaign despite a commanding finish to last season’s campaign. Alot of blames have come
Defenders are meant to guard the goal. The perfect communication between the keeper and his defenders leads to a perfect defensive line for the team. But sometimes in the worst scenario, the defenders score an own goal due to lack of concentration or communication. Premier League is one of the most exciting and competitive leagues in Europe. Sometimes the defenders lost their head and made mistake in huge match pressure and score an own goal in an unfortunate manner. Here are the top five players with most own
Wayne Rooney's overhead kick vs Man City remembered by teammates and rivals 10 years on It is a decade to the day since Wayne Rooney's acrobatic Manchester derby effort - Wes Brown and Vincent Kompany are among those to recall the goal Today marks 10 years since Wayne Rooney scored the most iconic goal in Premier League history. Rooney's breathtaking overhead kick sealed a 2-1 derby win for Manchester United against City at Old Trafford. The win helped United pip City to the 2010-11 title, with Rooney's
Check out the list of the Most footballers scoring own goals against their clubs. Can we said they are generous? Check them out... Richard Dunne - 12 own goals Richard Dunne can be said to have the worst luck when it comes to goals. Dunne has played for several clubs in the premier league. Dunne has netted his own net 12 times Wes Brown - 6 own goals Brown has scored 6 own goals more than the number of goals he has scored for his team. Rio Ferdinand - 6 own goals Former Manchester United defender, Rio Ferdinand