Cristiano Ronaldo is an established name in the world of football. The Portuguese striker has scored tons of goals in his international and club career and is counted among the greatest of the games. However, the 37-year-old is having a tough time scoring goals with fluency as he used to do a couple of years ago.
During his second stint with Premier League club Manchester United, Ronaldo did not have the best of the time as the team struggled to perform in crucial games. Although he performed at the individual level, it was not the best version of his. For his dry run in the past few months, the striker has often been on the radar of trolls.
A similar incident happened recently when a user tried to mock Ronaldo for his inability to score neat goals. On a video shared by an Instagram page in which Ronaldo's son, Cristiano Ronaldo Junior is seen nailing penalty goals with dummy goalies, a user left a comment that was directed at the Portuguese striker. A user named Leanardo Lantigua wrote, "Atleast he can hit the target ? his dad just skies it now ?".
Hopefully, he continues for another year or two: David Beckham
With the talks about Cristiano Ronaldo not staying at Manchester United after his contract expires, former United midfielder David Beckham hoped the right-foot forward stays with the club for another year or two. “It’s important to him — we all know how much United means to him. He’s still doing what he does best," Beckham told Sky Sports at the Miami Grand Prix. “To be doing what he’s doing at his age is really incredible so hopefully it continues for another year or two," he added.
Notably, with Man United not performing to their potential, the interim manager Ralf Ragnick is all set to be replaced by Ajax Amsterdam manager Erik ten Hag after this season. This means that the Old Trafford side will go through a revamp and reports have suggested that Cristiano Ronaldo might not be in Hag's plan for the long run.