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Opinion: How Ronaldo Proved He Is Still In The GOAT Debate With Arsenal Performance

In the Manchester United vs Arsenal match, Samuel Luckhurst of the Manchester Evening News gives his opinion on the players. Cristiano Ronaldo and Diogo Dalot are both considered good. Manchester United defeated Arsenal 3-1 at Old Trafford on Thursday night, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring both goals.

Remember that the Portuguese had been left enraged by claims made by France Football that he was dissatisfied with the Ballon d'Or award given to Lionel Messi, and that he responded by posting a lengthy statement on his official Instagram page to clear the air on the matter.

As a result, Ronaldo liked a post on Instagram that slammed the way the Ballon d'Or has always favored Lionel Messi, with many of the Argentine player's followers declaring the debate over who is the greatest player of all time a thing of the past after Messi was awarded his record-breaking 7th Ballon d'Or award.

In the midst of a heated debate about Cristiano Ronaldo, some wonder if he is the problem at Manchester United.

Ronaldo, who had his sights set on the Arsenal game, scored two goals as the Red Devils edged Arsenal for the first time in six meetings between the two teams, while also breaking the record for the most official goals scored by a single player in history when he scored goals number 800 and 801. Ronaldo also broke the record for the most official goals scored by a single player in history when he scored goals number 800 and 801.

In the process, more debates about whether or not he should be considered the greatest player of all time, as many of his numerous fanbase and followers believe he should be.

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