Outside Manchester United‘s hotel, Omonia supporters sang Cristiano Ronaldo‘s name all night long. This evening in the Republic of Cyprus, it was once again evident how well-liked Cristiano Ronaldo is.
On the third day of the group rounds of the competition, the Red Devils take on Omonia in the Europa League. The Manchester United team did not enjoy a restful night prior to today’s game because they have a prominent player among their ranks. Ronaldo had already arrived in the Republic of Cyprus when he heard his name being screamed all night.
The Red Devils’ hotel is right in front of this. Fans of Omonia are in disbelief that CR7 is on their territory. They intended to elevate Cristiano Ronaldo even more, though. Late Friday night, his Cypriot followers were discovered in front of the hotel that Manchester United has occupied. He intended to encourage the Portuguese superstar with chants and smoke bombs. The 35-year-old would undoubtedly observe this amazing atmosphere out of his bedroom window.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s performance has gotten worse this season
In the interim, Ronaldo’s 22/23 season has not started well. The Portuguese superstar, who secured a return to Manchester United in 2021, finished the 21–22 season as their top scorer. But this season, he hasn’t been able to match that performance.
Ronaldo has taken part in eight games for Manchester United so far this season. However, only three of those were starters. Cameo parts made up the remaining ones. The Premier League was the setting for just one of the three starts. More arrived from the Europa League, two more.
Ronaldo has struggled to score goals for Manchester United this season. He has only scored once so far this season. That happened during the Europa League match between FC Sheriff and Man Utd. Ronaldo scored from the penalty spot after Diogo Dalot was given a penalty.
Ronaldo missed Manchester United’s match against Manchester City in the Premier League in the interim. The Portuguese watched as City thrashed neighbourhood rivals to win 6-3 from the stands.