Just In: Cristiano Ronaldo Finally Breaks Silence On Lack Of Goals

The Portuguese has failed to find the back of the goalpost in more than 4 consecutive games for the Red Devils

Former Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t having the best of spells since returning to his former club, Manchester United with goal drought hitting him of lately.

Man United in their last encounter failed to materialize any meaningful chance not even to talk of a goal, although the side won most of the possessions and tried to make things happen but it all failed on strong walls.

With Cristiano Ronaldo leading the attack, United managed to be in several possessions but sadly, the 37-year-old kept firing off target coupled with the fact that Watford keeper, Foster was always quickly running to claim every ball in his zone.

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The draw with Watford United has only tampered with United’s chance of finishing top 4 as the 6th placed Arsenal are boosted with their 2 games outstanding while sitting just 2 points behind Manchester United and West Ham United.

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Failing to net goals just like he did in Real Madrid and United before leaving, has left Ronaldo growing frustrated as he shared in an interview with Telegraph.

“It’s not easy when you play in such a competition as the Premier League, although I have faced tougher competitions but I must say, it’s not very easy here,” the Portuguese said.

“Am not happy for my form lately, but the team will need time to get together and we can produce better results. I will keep working hard cause I want to score goals.

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“It’s just not good thing for me going many games without scoring any goal, it makes me sad, I must confess but I have to keep working hard and training hard.

“I believe it’s just a matter of time until I resume scoring my goals as usual. I have this strong believe and I can only work hard for it now.

“The new manager is doing a lot of good jobs even if they don’t see it on the outside yet but I must confess it’s not like it used to be on the inside again. There are many good changes and we as a team are happy.

“We have a big match ahead of us now and we want to win, I personally hope I can resume scoring with this match because it’s very important to me.

“City is a strong team now but they remain our rivals and we will take them as serious and fearless as we do to others. They have a strong team and we do too. It will be a tough game and we are ready.”

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United will have a chance to fire up the title race when they lock horns with their local rivals, Manchester City and Ronaldo remains in the selection for Ralf Rangnick who is keen to do a better job before the arrival of a permanent manager.

Both Mauricio Pochettino and Erik Ten Haag have remained the most mentioned names for the Old Trafford job but with both men still in job, United are yet to make any advancement.

Former Ronaldo manager, Zinedine Zidane also remains an option too as he is currently jobless but no information yet on if United have tried landing him or not.