Ronaldo Sends Warning Message to Man United Players Ahead of Champions League Clash vs Atalanta

Ronaldo Sends Warning Message to Man United Players Ahead of Champions League Clash vs Atalanta

  • Man United will hope to return to winning ways when they host Atalanta at Old Trafford in their Champions League clash
  • The Red Devils were beaten over the weekend by Leicester City despite taking the lead via Greenwood in the 19th minute
  • Ronaldo has now sent them a note to avoid complacency as they hope to revive their chances of progressing to the knock out stages

Five time Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo has urged Manchester United teammates to avoid a repeat of their performance against Leicester City when they host Atalanta in the Champions League this week.

The Red Devils took the lead through Mason Greenwood in the 19th minute of their last Premier League outing but they ended up losing the game 4-2 at the end of the meeting.

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They have now pushed that disappointment behind them as they look forward to their UCL game this midweek and the forward hopes they can bounce back to winning ways in the match.

Ronaldo Sends Warning Message to Man United Players Ahead of Champions League Clash vs Atalanta
Cristiano Ronaldo having a chat with Bruno Fernandes ahead of Champions League clash vs Atalanta. Photo by Matthew Peters/Manchester United
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are not much of the favourites heading into the encounter having won just two of their last seven outings across competitions as reported by Mirror UK.

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United currently sit third on the log with three points after two games with less than 24 hours to the game, while they are sixth on the English top-flight table after eight rounds of games.

Ronaldo marked his second debut for the Old Trafford side with a brace two months ago but the 36-year-old appears to have slowed down on his scoring ability.

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Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester City claimed their second Champions League win this campaign after beating Club Brugge 5-1 at Jan Breydel Stadium on October 19.

The Premier League defending champions got the game off to a bright start but could only record their first goal on the half hour mark.

Joao Cancelo opened the scoring for the English team after benefiting from Phil Foden's assist and two minutes before half time, Riyad Mahrez doubled his side's lead.

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