Cristiano Ronaldo has been in sensational scoring form since his return to the Premier League in August. Manchester United beat rivals Manchester City to secure his move back to the English top flight. The Portuguese international re-signed for Manchester United several years after leaving the club. Ronaldo left the Red Devils to join Real Madrid in the Spanish La Liga in 2009 for £80m. Real Madrid then sanctioned his transfer to Juventus on the back of a nine-year spell with the Spanish capital club. He was at Juventus for three years until his second transfer to the Theatre of Dreams. His first transfer happened in 2003 as he moved to the Old Trafford outfit from Sporting Lisbon in his native Portugal.
Since he made his second debut for the Red Devils earlier this month, Ronaldo has scored four goals in three games and Manchester United on TV was a feature for all those three games.
Manchester United on TV was a feature as Ronaldo scored twice on his second Red Devils debut thus leading the three-time European champions to a convincing 4-1 victory over Newcastle United at home. He scored a goal in each half during the Premier League encounter.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner then scored the opening goal as his team suffered a 2-1 defeat to hosts Young Boys of Switzerland with ten men in their Champions League opener this season and Manchester United on TV was a feature for the game.
Ronaldo took his tally since his Manchester United return to four goals in just three games with one of the Red Devils goals in a 2-1 away win over West Ham United in the Premier League. He has scored in all his three games so far this season thus leading to the question of him continuing that very good form when Aston Villa visit him and his teammates at Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon for a Premier League game.