Cristiano Ronaldo has not failed to impress with his return to Manchester United this year. The star striker has time and again scored goals in crucial moments for the Red Devils and have kept them in the race somehow despite the team not quite clicking as a unit this season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Portugal legend did not take any time at all to get going after returning to Premier League and has already scored 9 goals in the 11 matches he has played. He can already boast of several records to his credit and has become the top scorer in three different big leagues - England, Spain and Italy which speaks for the man.
Off the field too, Ronaldo remains a style icon and has time and again inspired fashion and style trends around the globe, given the massive following he has.
Recently, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner was spotted donning a woollen hat during training for Manchester United. In a footage now going viral on the internet, the 36-year-old could be seen telling his teammates that he donned the hat so that the hair dye does not run down his face as he trained in the rain.
"Otherwise the hair dye leaks bro," Ronaldo said could be seen saying in Portuguese.
"I'll be like Trump's secretary (Rudy Giuliani) with the running down my face."
Check out the video and some of the reactions here:
Ronaldo has time and again maintained that he has returned to Manchester United to win trophies. However, he along with other players won't be pleased with how they have been performing as a team this season which has also led to speculations that he could leave the club if they do not qualify for Champions League this season.
"I said what I felt in that moment, that I'm here to win things," he told Sky Sports in a recent interview about his speech which he made on arriving at United.
"Manchester United is a sign of winning things and I'm not here for holidays," he reiterated.
"I said to them I see huge potential in this team. They have very young players, players with potential, and I'm here to win and to help the team to build new stuff," he stated.