Watch: Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo’s incredible miss in front of goal will leave you shocked


Cristiano Ronaldo’s woes continued for Manchester United when he failed to score against Omonia in their recent UEFA Europa League game, at the GSP stadium in Strovolos. The Portuguese captain was expected to score against the Cypriot club, but ended up missing a nanny. The 37-year-old got a cut from Diogo Dalot, but ended up sending it to the post from six meters. To make his miss even more shocking, it should be mentioned that there was only a defender guarding the target.

Here’s a video of Ronaldo’s incredible miss:

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Despite Ronaldo’s miss, United managed to take a 3-2 win, with Marcus Rashford (53′,84′) scoring a brace and Anthony Martial (63′) adding his name to the scoresheet. Meanwhile, Karim Ansarifard (34′) and Nikolas Panayiotou (85′) scored for the home side.

Speaking of Ronaldo after the game, United manager Erik ten Hag said: “I think the first two [shots he had produced] good saves from the keeper. He had a few chances, but also created a few chances. He was up for a good move and ran for the first goal with Marcus Rashford, so he had an impact in this game.”

The Dutchman also praised the traveling fans, stating: “We always get great support. As you say, 1,100 fans support us from the UK, a lot of fans here in Cyprus, and as Manchester United you want to give them the best performance. There were phases in the game they saw a good Manchester United, but also some development to make. If we learn such lessons then we can be successful, that’s what we have to do.”

United will face Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday for their next game in the Premier League. About the upcoming match, Ten Hag said: “We don’t have that many moments in training [before that game] but it was the warm up, Sunday we have to be ready for a fight, for a fight there. It’s about intensity, that needs to be much more and really improved. If you compare that last Sunday with City, that was the most important lesson for us. We need to bring a lot more intensity to games, like against City and Everton is the same. It will be a tough battle and we have to be ready for it.”




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