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Farewell message? CR7 sparks controversy on Instagram after Man United's 3-1 win

May 2, 2022 By Oscar Rojas
The Portuguese footballer scored one more goal for the Red Devils in what turned out to be the team's final game at Old Trafford this season.

Manchester United's final game at Old Trafford had fans wondering if this would be Cristiano Ronaldo's "last dance" there, but the player has hinted that he would be willing to stay one more season with the Red Devils even if the club is not able to play in the UEFA Champions League next season.

Ronaldo found the back of the net one more time for the Red Devils against Brentford, leading the team's surge in the second half of the game that ended in a three-nil win for Ralf Rangnick's men. This win left Manchester United five points behind Arsenal in the race for a top-four finish, but the Gunners still have two more games left to play than the Red Devils, which may end up being the Red Devils' downfall.

As soon as he was able to post on his social media, Ronaldo thanked the team's supporters for their loyalty in what turned out to be a complicated season.

"Once again, great support from the stands. Let's take this opportunity of our last game of the season at Old Trafford to thank our amazing supporters, who endured a difficult season by our side and never abandoned us. Thanks, guys. Your support means the world to us and our goal is to become better everyday, so that we can achieve what we all want: glory for Man. United!"

 
 
 
 
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"I'm not finished" - Cristiano Ronaldo

Right after the game against Brentford came to an end, Cristiano Ronaldo seemed to send a message to all Manchester United fans watching on TV. The player was caught on camera saying "I'm not finished", which was quickly read by fans and experts as a clear statement about his desire to keep playing for the Premier League side. 

Former defender Jamie Carragher, one of the pundits at Sky Sports, noticed Ronaldo's words at the end of the game and was quick enough to read into what he meant.

"That was a clear message to incoming coach Erik Ten Hag,"Carragher said.

Even if that is true, only time will tell if the Portuguese footballer will bid farewell to the club or if he can stay put at Old Trafford despite his age and the uncertainty surrounding the team.


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