Man United were held to a goalless draw by an aggressive Atalanta, and Cristiano Ronaldo was once again the star of the show. Ilicic gave Italy the lead until Cristiano rescued United with a goal just before halftime. The team from Manchester United's home stadium failed to defend once more.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side battled with possession during the second half. For the eleventh time in his career, Manchester United captain Harry Maguire was a scumbag who let a goal slip through his fingers. In the 58th minute, Zapata gave Atalanta the lead they had lost earlier in the game. To keep United's playoff chances alive, Ronaldo netted United's 90+1 equalizer with a stunning volley past Musso.
Ronaldo was the star of the performance, with all of United's players embracing him afterward. Ronaldo was too much for Eric Bailey to handle, especially when he came back to save them in the UCL. Players like Sancho, Maguire, and Greenwood were stunned by the late equalizer for Manchester United.
Here is the video link of what Bailey did to Ronaldo; https://twitter.com/TimelineCR7/status/1455698654933790720?t=ZnK3Rf-oLvi90POYcMqIdg&s=19
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