Answer to critics: Ronaldo with next mega

After his three-pack for Manchester United at 3: 2 victory against Tottenham Hotspur, Cristiano Ronaldo posed on the lawn of Old Trafford for a photo with NFL-legend Tom Brady, who was among the viewers.

“Always a joy and a privilege to exchange ideas with another goat,” Ronaldo wrote completely with Twitter and Instagram. The abbreviation Goat stands for “Greatest of All Time” (German: the largest of all time).

After his outstanding performance on Saturday, at least, according to the FIFA statistics, he is the largest. With 807 goals, Ronaldo exceeded the previous record of Josef Bican for most goals of football history.

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Bican should have achieved 805 goals. The striker, who had played for both the Austrian and the Czech national team, had ended his career in 1955.

Rangnick praise for Ronaldo

“We showed the reaction we had to show,” a relieved Ralf Rangnick announced after the game opposite the “BBC”. Most recently, the media has been speculating again and again that the ratio of the 63-year-old to Portuguese should not be the very best. Last week, Medial restlessness prevailed because Ronaldo, who was missing in the 1: 4 derby slide against Manchester City, spontaneously spontaneously spent in Portugal instead of continuing his rehab in Manchester.

“We have just been able to make sure that it may always be useful to send him to Portugal for three days and not in training for two days. Maybe we should do that for the rest of the season,” joknicked and praised the superstar In the highest sounds: “That was certainly its best performance since I’m here.”

“That was an answer to his critics,” said “BBC” expert Alan Shearer to Standing Discussions around Ronaldo. “But there were many days this season where it did not click,” wrote the “Guardian”. Make Ronaldo’s problem for United. Despite the two-year contract, it is open to whether the Portuguese will play there next season. For the “Daily Mail”, however, is already clear: “Everyone who doubts that United is missing him has definitely not seen this game.”