Erik ten Hag believes Ronaldo will score after Everton wins

Erik ten Hag believes Ronaldo will score after Everton wins

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first Premier League goal of the year in Sunday’s 2-1 victory against Everton, and according to Manchester United coach Erik ten Hag, he can build on that performance and rediscover his prolific form.

At Goodison Park, Ronaldo scored the game-winning goal in the first half off the bench, marking the 700th club goal in a remarkable career that began 20 years and two days earlier.

Ten Hag has limited Ronaldo’s playing time this season, and the manager thought his first league goal would boost him ahead of some critical games to come.

Ten Hag said, “That is pretty great when you achieve 700 goals; it is a big performance.” “I’m really thrilled for him; please accept my congrats.

He had to wait for it, but I’m certain that he will score more goals.

“Goals are necessary for each athlete. I have experience working with goal scorers, and they need goals each season to feel that way. Once they have certain objectives, they may go forward. Game play is simpler. He will experience the same thing.

Ten Hag was happy with the manner his players had recovered from their 6-3 beating at the hands of neighborhood rivals Manchester City last week. The win, United’s fifth in their previous six league games, moved them up to sixth in the rankings.

After losing a crucial game, such as a derby, there will inevitably be criticism, but you have to deal with it and take the criticism in stride. That is exactly what the team did.

“We answered well today and on Thursday (in the Europa League). At 1-0 down, we overcame a setback by sticking to the plan, being calm, and doing our thing. We must continue the process.

Frank Lampard, the manager of Everton and the all-time leading scorer for Chelsea, praised Ronaldo for his historic performance on Merseyside.

Lampard said to him as “one of the finest players to ever grace the game.” “It’s astonishing that he continues to score goals and maintains his current physical well-being, turning the aberrant stats into normal.

When I saw he had 699 goals, I said, “I wanted him to score in the Europa League midweek, but these things happen in football occasionally.”

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