Judge Ronaldo takes ecstasy in Old Trafford’s sixties hat trick

Saturday, April 16, 2022 at 5:54 p.m.• Mart Oude Nijeweeme • Last Updated: 7:01 PM

Manchester United wrote three valuable points in the Premier League at the last minute. Ralf Rangnick’s team promised Norwich City to return 2: 2 after a 2-0 lead, but still took the lead through Cristiano Ronaldo: 3: 2. The Portuguese superstar scored all the gates and thus keeps every chance for United to survive for CL. Thanks to the victory, United rises above Arsenal Gunners lost to Southampton 1: 0. The gap with Tottenham Hotspur is still three points.

Manchester United – Norwich City 3: 2
United knew what to do and won three points over Norwich from Tottenham. Rangnicki had a brilliant opportunity to reply as Ben Gibson received a high ball from the right, striking the ball in the air. Defender suffocated Anthony Elanga, who gave Ronaldo an unused opportunity: 1: 0. United made a fresh impression in the first half and doubled their score after more than half an hour of play. After 80 minutes, Alex Tellese sent the corner kick right to Ronaldo who headed it sharply past the keeper. Just before that, Tim Krul was a cat reaction to Jesse Lingard’s bet.

As refreshing as United started the game, it became significantly weaker at the end of the first half when Norwich tensioned the game back. Teemu Pukki found Kieran Dowell completely detached from the head after the attack over the left edge of the square: 2-1. In the other company, United was nowhere to be seen, and Norwich struck the watch. After being caught again by Krul Lingard’s shot, Pukki scored a draw on the other side. Pukki escaped the attention of United’s defense and slammed David de Gea into the corner: 2-2.

It seemed as though De Gea Milot Rashica considered the game won before even taking the field, which resulted in a very uninspired start to the game. Sam Byram was also unhappy at the finish, stopping just over the corner. As Norwich looked firmly in the lead, Ronaldo turned the game around again. Fifteen minutes before the end, the Portuguese shot into the goal with a penalty kick of twenty meters, and Krul left no chance: 3: 2. It was Ronaldo’s 60th hat trick and second in a month. In addition, the star player has now scored at least 20 goals in all leagues for 16 consecutive seasons.

Southampton – Arsenal 1: 0
With a loss to Tottenham at the start of the day, Arsenal had a great opportunity to get closer to fourth place, which entitles them to play in the Champions League at the end of the day. Arsenal posed the first threat off the south coast of England with tests by Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka. However, Fraser Forster had an answer on both shots. Southampton took the lead at half-time. Romain Perraud brought the ball into the back of the net without any difficulty. Mohamed Elyounoussi picked up the ball and turned into Jan Bednarekini. The Pole didn’t hesitate and kicked the ball past Aaron Ramsdale.

Arsenal went to another company in search of a draw. Gunners dominated and held more than eighty percent in the second half. Mikel Arteta was given a chance to change things around. Arsenal continued to push, but came back against Forster again and again in the final round. The tall goalkeeper became the hero of Southampton, who was not hit by substitute Emile Smith-Rowel, Sakal, Martin Ödegaard and Granit Xhaka. Southampton held on firmly, leaving Arsenal for the third time in a row in the Premier League. Instead of putting pressure on the city rally Tottenham, Arsenal will see Manchester United ranked past them and the club will rank sixth.

No. The team M W G V +/- Pnt
1 Manchester City 31 23 5 3 52 74
2 Liverpool 31 22 7 2 57 73
3 Chelsea 30 18 8 4 41 62
4 Tottenham Hotspur 32 18 3 11 18 57
5 Manchester United 32 15 9 8 8 54
6 Arsenal 31 17 3 11 8 54
7 West Ham United 32 15 6 11 9 51
8 Wolverhampton W. 32 15 4 13 5 49
9 Leicester City 29 11 7 11 -3 40
10 Brighton & Hove Albion 32 9 13 10 -8 40
11 Brentford 33 11 6 16 -8 39
12 Southampton 32 9 12 11 -14 39
13 Crystal Palace 31 8 13 10 3 37
14 Aston Villa 31 11 3 17 -4 36
15 Newcastle United 31 8 10 13 -20 34
16 Leeds United 32 8 9 15 -30 33
17 Everton 30 8 4 18 -19 28
18 Burnley 30 4 12 14 -19 24
19 Watford 32 6 4 22 -32 22
20 Norwich City 32 5 6 21 -44 21


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