OFFICIAL: CRISTIANO RONALDO STRIKE WINS GOAL OF THE MONTH
Cristiano Ronaldo’s rocket against Tottenham in the English Premier League has been voted Manchester United’s Goal of the Month for October.
The strike wins CR7 the award ahead of 13 other goals scored across games for their various sides, with nine different players represented in the poll.
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Also, his 81st-minute header against Atalanta finished third in the poll, with Mason Greenwood’s curl against Leicester coming second.Information Guide Nigeria
Ronaldo will now hope that the run for amazing goals continues in the month of November. Up next for Manchester United is the derby against Pepe Guardiola’s Manchester City as the English Premier League returns before the breakJAMB Result
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