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Marcelo's hilarious comment on Cristiano Ronaldo's Instagram post after Man Utd win

Mudeet Arora
Marcelo commented on Ronaldo's Instagram post
Marcelo commented on Ronaldo's Instagram post / Alex Pantling/GettyImages

Cristiano Ronaldo claimed the winning goal in a 1-0 victory for Manchester United over Norwich City in the Premier League.

As usual, after the game, Ronaldo posted a motivational message to his teammates.

His teammate at Real Madrid, Marcelo hilariously commented on this post stating, "Toda vez q eu entro aqui… tem gol." which translates to, "Every time I'm on your posts, I find you scoring up."

Ronaldo recently crossed 800 goals in his career, reinstating the fact that he is officially the greatest goalscorer in football history.

A foul by Max Aarons on Ronaldo gave the Red Devils the opportunity to claim an important three points on the road via a penalty.

Cristiano stepped up and made no mistake from the spot as he helped United win a game, yet again.

In recent weeks since Ralf Rangnick's appointment, Ronaldo has been under the scanner with questions being raised over whether he will be able to suit the German manager's high-pressing style of play.

And while Ronaldo still remains an incredible goalscorer, we have already started to see glimpses of his workrate off the ball ever since Rangnick's been in charge.

Overall, it has been a great season for Ronaldo on the goalscoring front.

In 13 Premier League appearances, Ronaldo has now scored 7 goals and is United's top scorer in the league as well as the Champions League.

With the win over Norwich, United have now one three games on the trot only for the second time in the 2021-22 season. The last time they recorded three back-to-back victories was in September, against Wolves, Newcastle and West Ham respectively.

Even though United claimed the win against Norwich, their performance will definitely come under the scanner, something which Rangnick would surely address before their midweek Premier League clash against Brentford.