Cristiano Ronaldo has finally woken up and is roaring scoring a hat trick in Saturday’s game against Tottenham. Much to everyone’s surprise, Ronaldo came out guns blazing and put 3 behind Tottenham’s net.
As a Manchester United fan, I am pleasantly shocked. It’s been a while since we had a hat trick to enjoy but I guess we forgot we had a titan in our midst. Cristiano’s hat trick is his first in the English Premier League since 2008. I guess he had to wait almost a decade and a half for it but it was definitely worth the wait.
Harry Kane Still on Fire 🔥
Manchester United beat Tottenham 3-2 with one of Tottenham’s goals coming from vice-captain Harry Kane, another giant who’s roaring on the pitch. Kane is doing remarkably well and Saturday's goal was his sixth in five Premier League matches. The second Spurs goal was a stupid mistake by Harry Maguire that resulted in an own goal.
Maguire’s Disappointing Run
Maguire has been heavily disappointing this season as Man United's captain and defender. His leadership is as wanting as his defensive play on the field and we think it’s time something was done about that. Maybe CR7 should be given a stint as Manchester United's captain as he seems to be regaining his fire. 🔥🔥🔥
Does Cristiano have it Still in Him to Make an Impact this Season?
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most talented soccer players out there. He is finally coming around and I think this is the beginning of some fantastic football in Man United. ⚽️🏟 I would even go as far as to say that it could be the time for some fantasy-like football in the EPL as the race for the league title heats up.
EPL Gameweek 29 Results
In other gameweek 29 matches, Liverpool beat Brighton 2-0 as did Brentford who beat Burnley 2-0. Liverpool’s goals came from Luis Diaz and Mohammed Salah who converted a penalty kick.
As it stands, the win over Tottenham has propelled Manchester United to fourth place in the league standings with 50 points. Manchester City are still at the top of the EPL table with 69 points, Liverpool are second with 66 points, and Chelsea are third with 56 points. Tottenham are seventh with 45 points.