As a trickster, Ronaldo tries to catch the goalkeeper to score a clever goal… but he takes the yellow.

Against Newcastle, Cristiano Ronaldo tried to score by stealing the ball from Nick Pope during a free kick. But the referee rejected the goal and gave a yellow card to the Portuguese, who was hoping to win the event.

Cristiano Ronaldo is looking for the slightest goal. A week after the counter finally opened in the Premier League against Everton, the Portuguese tried to score with huge hurt on Sunday at Old Trafford against Newcastle. In a free kick for the Magpies, Ronaldo went on to steal the ball to wind up with the left foot into the empty net.

A throw-in was thought to have been made seconds earlier, when the Newcastle defender passed to goalkeeper Nick Pope. The referee did not see him that way. He denied Ronaldo’s goal and gave the Red Devils No. 7 a yellow card.

Another setback for Newcastle

The symbol of the match in which Manchester United failed to find the fault, conceding a 0-0 draw and framing only 2 of his 15 shots. All is not going well at Old Trafford and the Red Devils, fifth in the Premier League, are still lagging behind. A little bit about leaders Arsenal and the winners in Leeds, who lead by 11 points.

However, Cristiano Ronaldo regained his primary position. Since the slap in the derby against City, the Portuguese has joined from the start in Manchester United’s four matches, in the Europa League and in the League.

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