Cristano Ronaldo Performance in 2004-05 and 2005-06

Cristano Ronaldo Performance in Manchester United in 2004-05

Cristano Ronaldo Performance in Manchester United in 2004-05

Cristiano Ronaldo waited until December to score his first goal of the season. His team defeated Southampton by 3-0. CR7 scored second goal against Aston Villa with an assist for Paul Scholes. Ferguson said that it was the best game of the season and Ronaldo was a constant threat to Villa. He continued his praiseworthy performance after CR7 scored two goals against rivals Aresenal in a 4-2 win. Cristiano Ronaldo’s final goal of the season came in a victory over Fulham. He scored the only goal of the game from 25 yards in a game in which Ferguson hailed him as the best player of the team. Against Southampton, Exeter City, Newcastle United and Everton, CR7 scored four goals on Manchester United run to the 2005 FA Cup Final.

Cristano Ronaldo performance in Manchester United in 2005-06 

Cristano Ronaldo Performance in Manchester United in 2004-05

CR7 scored Manchester United’s 1000th Premier League goal on 29 Oct. 2005 in a 4-1 win over Middlebrough. Ronaldo signed a new contract in Nov. which extended his previous deal by two years. He said that his stay at the club was important for the development of his career. On January 14, 2006, Ronaldo was sent off in the Manchester derby at the city of Manchester Stadium. Manchester United lost this game by 3-1. In the 2005-2006 season, CR7 won his second trophy in English football. He earned final victory over Wigan Athletic by scoring the third goal for his team.

In the 2005-06 season, Ronaldo performance had been best. Cristiano Ronaldo scored three braces, scoring two goals each against Portsmouth, Bolton Wanderers and Fulham. CR7 was at the centre of a training ground bust-up with Ruud van Nisterrooy in January 2006. At the end of the season that finally lead to the strikers’ departure from the club. Van Nistelrooy was especially angry at CR7’s showboating playing style. In May, van Nistelrooy cried at CR7 “Go and go crying to your daddy”. It was a pithy reference to CR7’s relationship with assistant manager Carlos Queiroz. It led to a brief fight. In a match, Van Nistelrooy left the stadium three hours before the game. Cristiano Ronaldo scored his ninth league goal of the season. His team won the match.

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