‘So so cool’ – Fans praise Ronaldo’s ice-cool reaction in interview
Cristiano Ronaldo’s imme’diate impact at Manchester Unit’ed is difficult to overstate.
His return was only offic’’ially announced on the fin’al day of the summer window, final’ising an Old Trafford after 12 year’s away.
A vastly diffe’rent play’er to the one which left the cl”ub in 2009, one thing hasn’t cha’nged with Ronaldo – his relen’tless desire to win.
He said: “I am not he’re for a vacation. As I told yo’u, before was good, win’ning i’mportant things and I wore the shirt befo’re many years ago, but I am he’re to win again.
“I am cap’able, me and my team-mates. I am re”ady to go, I am ready to go. It is a good cha’nce for me, for the supp’orte’rs, for the club, to get one step ahead.
And he’s qui’ckly sho”wed they weren’t just empty p’romises, scoring five times in his first six games back as a Unite’d player.
His debut was nothi’ng more than a party at The The’a’tre of the Dreams, with Ronaldo scoring twice as they thras’hed Newcastle 4-1.
Following the vic”tory, he adm”itted that he was a little nervous about his sec’ond debut, but Fabio da Silva ha’s opened up on how he helps oth’ers making their bow.
As an 18-year-old Fabi’o made his senior debut for the Re’d Devils in 2008 and outli’ned a chat he had with his idol just minu”tes before his first competitive acti’on.
“Ronaldo helped me a lot t’here,” Fabio told ESPN Bra’sil via Sport Witness. “I didn’t speak English at all, or practically nothi’ng. Not even ‘water’. He helpe”d me and my brother a lot.
“I’m very grate’ful to him’. My first game, I don’t forget, against Tottenham, I was 18 year’s old. I have a photo wit’h him to this day.”