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Ronaldo has bagged an impressive 23 goals in all competitions since returning to Old Trafford last summer.
While his team are enduring a difficult campaign, the 37-year-old is enjoying yet another prolific term having weighed in with a serious number of important goals.
He single-handedly guided his team to the Champions League knockout stages and contributed big goals against the likes of Tottenham and Norwich City, bagging hat-tricks in those Premier League wins.
In his most recent outing, Ronaldo scored his 17th league goal against Chelsea - smashing home to earn a point for his side.
A sensational clip of his goals this season has since emerged online and it makes for incredible viewing.
It's accompanied with the caption: "Imagine this is your 'worst' season, and you’re just scoring goals like these for fun, that’s Cristiano Ronaldo for you."
Imagine this is your ‘worst’ season, and you’re just scoring goals like these for fun, that’s Cristiano Ronaldo for you. pic.twitter.com/5ReYFTZwrp— ً (@erlingtxt) April 28, 2022
Needless to say, Ronaldo's collection of great goals this season sent social media wild.
One Twitter user referenced Lionel Messi, tweeting: "Messi struggling to score at a farmer's league. with a better team and is 3 years younger."
A second sarcastically wrote: "This is just a season in the career of a 'finished' player and someone who is a 'problem' for the team."
A third added: "Na he did his part. He provided goals. It’s the mannequins around him who’s had a bad season."
Man United appear destined to be without Champions League football for next season, leaving Ronaldo's future up in the air.
Ralf Rangnick was asked whether the five-time Ballon d'Or winner would still be at Man United next season following the 1-1 draw against Chelsea.
"We will have to speak about it between us; with Erik [ten Hag], myself and the board," said the interim boss.
"Cristiano has another year of contract and it's also important to see and find out what Cristiano wants to do and see if he wants to stay.
"I haven't been able to speak with Erik so far and it doesn't make sense to speak about it [Ronaldo' future] right now."
Featured Image Credit: Premier League/Champions League/PA
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