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Pictures: CR7 Inspires Man Utd On Record-Breaking Night

Cristiano Ronaldo scores again for Manchester United in the UEFA Champions League 

Cristiano Ronaldo broke one more UEFA Champions League record on Tuesday night as he got Manchester United a spot in the round of 16 after their 2-0 success over Villarreal. Here are a few pictures of what ended up being one more extraordinary night in Europe for the ex-Real Madrid man! 

Navigate the exhibition above to see Ronaldo in real life against Villarreal, including pictures of his incredible objective. 

With Ole Gunnar Solskjaer alleviated of his obligations this previous Sunday, everyone's attention was on the Red Devils on Tuesday night to see what the group would deliver against Unai Emery's Yellow Submarine. 

A baffling first half finished with United hating a lot of the ball as Villarreal hoped to add to the English monsters' hardships. Their endeavors, however, were foiled by an in-structure David de Gea. 

The Spanish goalkeeper kept the striving Premier League side in the game for certain gymnastic recoveries, yet it was not until the presentation of Bruno Fernandes in the 66th moment that United started to make chances of their own. 

Ultimately, the tension from the away side prompted a mistake from Villarreal goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli, whose dangerous pass into midfield permitted Fred the chance to win the ball back for United before Ronaldo jumped. 

The 36-year-old serenely heaved the previous Manchester City shot-plug to put United ahead, turning into the primary player addressing an English side to score in five successive Champions League matches. 

Britain global Jadon Sancho then, at that point, scored his first objective for the Red Devils since his large cash landing in the beginning of the period with a booming exertion in stoppage time to guarantee every one of the three focuses for his side. 

The outcome saw United concrete themselves a spot in the last 16, albeit second spot in Group F is still available for anyone.


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