Ronaldo’s Second Debut Was ike “Caesar entering Rome for Victory” said Sir Alex Ferguson

Sugandh chetry
Sugandh chetry

Red Devils manager has come up and he described the atmosphere. When the Portuguese star reunited with supporters at Old Trafford last month. Cristiano Ronaldo’s “fantastic” return to Manchester United as like “Caesar entering Rome after victory” was described by Sir Alex Ferguson.

The biggest deal of the summer arguably was pulled by United for the window transfer. It was done by the means of re-signing Ronaldo from Juventus for £20 million on deadline day. 12 years on from his initial departure to Real Madrid.

In spectacular fashion, the 36 years old reacquainted himself with supporters. Then scored twice in a 4-1 win against Newcastle on his second debut. All of that for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side. Ferguson was present in the Old Trafford crowd to witness his homecoming.

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Highlights of the saying

The one who led the team was the former United boss, backing 13 Premier League titles and two Champions League. Crowned between 1986 and 2013, described the atmosphere in the stadium before telling the club’s official podcasts. The steps that Ronaldo took to reach the top during his first game in Manchester.

“It’s fantastic,” said Ferguson. “You saw on that Saturday that it was like Caesar entering Rome after victory. I came, I saw, I conquered. It was fantastic.

” I mean, for anyone who is a United fan, we could have had a million people in there, without doubt, as there were so many outside, hundreds outside. It’s one of these things. When he was here as a kid, his learning process was very, very quick.

“A lot of people said he was a diver and there was a little spell of that but, after that, he was attacking defenders and all he needed was a nudge and he would waltz by them. He would attack with unbelievable speed. I think the increasing knowledge of his game – I think he was born with a desire.

“He sacrificed himself to be the best. I remember we were playing Arsenal on Saturday and it was pouring rain at Carrington. I said to him, and you know he would always practice after training, and I said, ‘In. We’ve got a game tomorrow and it’s too wet. The ground is too soft.’

“So I went into my office, looked out of the window and what did he do? He went on the astroturf. I had no argument! I couldn’t say anything to him. He’s beat me.”

Ferguson take on Ronaldo’s move

Ferguson tried to explain the decision that Ronaldo made to leave United for Real Madrid in 2009. And he also insisted that he wasn’t surprised by the Portugal captain’s success at Santiago Bernabeu. Here he spent nine years before joining Juve.

“He had a dream of going to Real Madrid,” the legendary Scottish head coach added.
“I was not against that, six years was great for a boy from Madeira, getting him here just after his 18th birthday and having him six years. I think we did well that way and it gave me a chance to get a replacement. We got Antonio Valencia and he was fantastic so we were very lucky that way.

“I knew (how good he would become). Absolutely. I knew that. When he got to that kind of platform at Real Madrid. To be fair to Real, they are one club that has produced world-class players for years and years and won the European cup so many times, 13 or something. You’ve got to give them credit – it is a platform where any great player would love to go to.”

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