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Juventus Chief Reacts To Ronaldo's Sensational Man United Debut

Cristiano Ronaldo scoring twice on his re-visitation of Manchester United left scarcely anybody amazed… including Juventus VP Pavel Nedved. United recorded a persuading 4-1 win against Newcastle at Old Trafford as Ronaldo got a support on his second introduction for the club. 

Juventus are presently setting out on existence without Ronaldo as they hope to get back to the highest point of Serie A yet it appears Ronaldo is as yet on the brain. Nedved was on sports network DAZN at the time the Portuguese scored against the Magpies and remarked: 'He scored once more? All things considered, I'm not amazed'. 

Ronaldo got a tremendous greeting from the Old Trafford swarm upon his return yet made them delay until injury season of the primary half to get on the scoresheet. Twelve years after he last scored for Red Devils at Old Trafford, he broke the stop when he tapped in after goalkeeper Freddie Woodman parried Mason Greenwood's shot. His second came soon after the hour mark following Javier Manquillo's equalizer as he bored a low shot through Woodman's legs. 

Bruno Fernandes and Jesse Lingard finished the defeat of Newcastle to keep up with United's unbeaten beginning and send them top of the association table. Fernandes piled acclaim on Ronaldo's exhibition however demanded taking three focuses was the main piece of the present game. 'It was practically great in the event that we didn't surrender. We are truly cheerful and the presentation overall was great,' he said. 

'Newcastle are truly coordinated, guard well yet we moved the ball speedy and trusted that the right second will hit them. 'It is something I am dealing with and today I found the opportunity and scored. 'Everybody knows what Cristiano Ronaldo brought for the club and we are truly glad to have him. 'The most significant, as he will say, is the outcome for the group. Great players can generally play well together. 

'We showed up toward the finish (of last season) for certain mix-ups however did all around well. There has been an improvement in the club and presently the time has come to make the following stride.'

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