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Cristiano Ronaldo wins Premier League’s ‘Player of the Month’ award for the second time this season

Cristiano Ronaldo never fails to impress us as he wins the second EA Sports FIFA Player of the Month and offered us something special in this hard season that the Red Devils had. Thanks to Cristiano!

Cristiano Ronaldo is named the Player of the Month in the Premier League by EA Sports for April. Despite the team’s bad season, Ronaldo has been a prolific goalscorer and scored five goals in four appearances in April as they faced Norwich City, Arsenal, and Chelsea this season.

The 37-year-old scored in all the games he played this month after a stunning hat-trick against Norwich which won them the match 3-2. He scored one each against Chelsea and Arsenal to make it five goals this month. 

Cristiano Ronaldo scored against Arsenal but lost 3-1 in the match with Ronaldo reaching a milestone of 100 goals for Manchester United in the Premier League and became only the fourth player to do so after Rooney, Ryan Giggs, and Paul Scholes.

The Portuguese talisman won the first Player of the Month Award in September which was the first month after rejoining the Red Devils for his two goals in his second debut against Newcastle United. Ronaldo has won six Premier league player of the month accolade leveling him with Steven Gerrard and one less than Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero. 

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How has Cristiano Ronaldo performed in his second innings for Manchester United?

Cristiano Ronaldo wins Premier League's 'Player of the Month' award for the second time this season 2

Cristiano Ronaldo’s shocking transfer to the Old Trafford created a buzz around the football world as he left Juventus to rejoin his old club in 2021 hoping to win more memorable trophies.

He made his debut for the second time in the Red jersey against Newcastle United and scored two stunning goals in front of the packed Old Trafford and celebrated in his iconic step for the first time in England. Since then he went on to net 24 goals in 38 appearances for the Red Devils and made 3 assists this season. 

Ronaldo might leave Manchester United if Eric Ten Hag thinks he is not fitting in his plans and might again reunite with Real Madrid as rumors say but many big clubs are ready to get the service of the 37-year-old Portuguese international captain as he has much more to offer to football. 

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