Cristiano Ronaldo said there are no limits to Manchester United’s football team, while caretaker manager Ralph Rangnick praised the Portuguese star who scored three hat-tricks to lead his team to a 3-2 victory over Tottenham on Saturday.
And the British news agency “BA Media” reported that Old Trafford was the venue for the important game in the fight to be among the top four in the league on Saturday, as Manchester United’s caretaker manager confirmed that the team had to win to keep your position. hopes of playing in the Premier League, European champions next season after losing to Manchester City on the last day.
Ronaldo missed the game against Manchester City with a thigh injury and his return to Portugal came as a surprise to everyone, but he returned with a bang on Saturday and opened the scoring early with a powerful shot from 25 metres.
Ronaldo wrote on his Instagram account after his first Premier League hat-trick since January 2008 against Newcastle: “I am very happy with my first hat-trick since returning to Old Trafford!”
He added: “Nothing can beat the feeling of getting back on the pitch and helping the team with goals and effort.”
“We have shown once again that we can beat any team at any time, as long as we work hard and stick together as one.”
He emphasized: “There are no limits for Manchester United! Come what may! Come on, hell!”