Erik ten Hag 'confident' Cristiano Ronaldo will score more goals

Manchester United supervisor Erik 10 Hag is ‘confident’ that Cristiano Ronaldo will continue to score objectives this season following his strike in Thursday’s Europa League win over Sheriff.

Ronaldo was restored into the fold for the see of the Moldovan champs, having actually been dropped from the team entirely versus Chelsea as a ‘consequence’ of declining to come off the bench versus Tottenham previously this month and leaving early.

The 37-year-old’s longer-term future beyond completion of this season stays up in the air. His agreement will end in the summer season and, having likewise asked to leave this previous summer season, United are prepared to offer in January if an appropriate deal can be found in. Releasing him at that phase is not seen a perfect choice.

But for as long as Ronaldo is still a United gamer, Ten Hag thinks he will contribute and was pleased with what he saw versus Sheriff.

“He created and the team creates for him. We know he has the capabilities to finish. He needed a goal to get over a dead point I would say and then more will come, I am confident of that,” the United employer informed BT Sport.

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Asked whether he anticipates Ronaldo to satisfy his own high requirements over the rest of the season throughout Friday’s interview, in charge included: “It’s as much as him, however I believe when you gather all the opportunities he develops, the group develops for him in the recentlies, you see he’s still capable to get in the ideal positions and he’s still efficient in completing them. I believe it’s possible.

“I understand some see it like this however I do not have a Europe group and I do not have a Premier League group. I take a look at the challenger and what we require, what fits the challenger.

“Now I need to concentrate on West Ham United for Sunday. We will choose the group to begin however likewise have a fallback or strategy C in the pocket to win that video game.

“That’s what we need finally, to win games, and for that we not only need 11 players, we need the whole squad.”

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