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Cristiano Ronaldo will be under more pressure at Man Utd

By Harry Smith

Cristiano Ronaldo will be under more pressure at Man Utd

Cristiano Ronaldo has relied on the circumstances of his teammates to play more regularly.

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Manchester United returns to activities after two postponed Premier League games and the international break, almost a month after their last Premier League game they will play against Pep Guardiola's Manchester City, it will be a new edition of the Manchester derby with the newly arrived trainer, Erik ten Hag.

The team's situation is that of a performance that is heading towards a positive direction, in the last six games they have won five, but in Premier League they have been four consecutive victories after starting with two defeats, Manchester United despite having one game less remains at the top of the local championship.

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Cristiano Ronaldo has had a reduced participation with the club, after seeking his exit from the team to play in the Champions League, there was no other option for the Portuguese star who will try to continue convincing Erik ten Hag to have more minutes, but he will have one more obstacle in the following days.

The strikers Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, have returned from their respective injuries, although there are only less than 48 hours left to play the Manchester derby, the Portuguese would have an advantage based on experience, and the rhythm of being active in the training of the team and the Portugal National Team.

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It is very likely that Cristiano will have more activity this month, the team will play many games this month, it will be necessary to know how to rotate players well to get the best possible results. Man Utd will hope to maintain that positive streak in crucial Premier League matches with contenders such as Man City, Chelsea and Tottenham.

 


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