It took 4,507 days for Ronaldo to score a goal in the Premier League.
Cristiano Ronaldo returned with a goal to Manchester United. The Portuguese striker scored the goal with which the Red Devils gained a 1-0 halftime lead over him Newcastle and got Old Trafford to shout their famous “Siiiuuu” at the time of the celebration. In the second half, the Lusitanian scored the second goal on his personal account to lift everyone from their seats.
Cristiano left the field with a smile that revealed his excitement at returning to the club that propelled him to stardom, in addition to the applause and chants in his honor that did not stop resounding in the stands of the legendary English stadium.
The last goal that Cristiano scored in the Premier League with United was on May 10, 2009, when he scored one of the two goals with which they won the Manchester Derby, since on that occasion they beat City at Old Trafford.
What’s more, it took 4,507 days for Cristiano to score in the English league, which is the second longest scoring streak in Premier League history since 1992-93, as Matt Jackson had a 4,934-day span between goals, from 1993 to 2006.
Compared to his other clubs, the Portuguese striker only debuted with a goal in his presentation in The league with Real Madrid, as his first game with the Merengues was on August 29, 2009 against Deportivo La Coruña and collaborated with a goal in the 3-2 in favor of the whites.
While in the Sporting and at Juventus, he had to wait to debut with a league goal, the same situation as in his first stage with the Red Devils, when he had to wait almost three months for his first goal in the 2003-04 campaign.