The “Red Devils” were undefeated under their interim coach Ralf Rangnick. In the last game of the year, United could persuade Burnley, the long-distance relegation candidate. The last point is “CR7” again.
Ralph Rangnick is unbeatable in the Premier League with Manchester United. The English soccer champions scored a record 3-1 (3-1) victory over Burnley on Thursday night thanks to a goal and a pass from star Cristiano Ronaldo and climbed to the table after their third league win in the fourth game under the German coach with 31 points in sixth place. However, leaders Manchester City and domestic rivals have another 19 points to their credit.
The Minimal Red Devils had recently shown that they had improved greatly, especially in attack. Scott McTominay scored after a pass to Ronaldo to take an early lead (eighth minute). And Ben Mai, a professional in Burnley (27th place), who directed former Dortmund player Jadon Sancho’s shot into his own net, and Ronaldo (35) with his eighth goal this season confirmed a reassuring progress. Guests from northern England can shorten their passage through Aaron Lennon (ranked 38).
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