Manchester United sealed qualification to the last 16 of the Champions League with a 2-0 win at Villarreal in Spain.
Michael Carrick’s first match as caretaker manager saw Man United thrashed Villarreal for the second time after their Europa finals.
Second half goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho was enough to see Man United to the last 16 just after 48 hours Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked.
David de Gea brilliant saves denied the Spanish side on more occasions to take the lead.
When Manchester United perform poorly Cristiano Ronaldo gets the blame, that’s what happens when you are a star player, and Ronaldo knows it comes with the territory.
The iconic number 7 set another record after their victory which sees them advance to the knockout stage of the competition for the first time in three seasons,
Cristiano Ronaldo’s cool lob over the goalkeeper on 78 mins made him the the first player from an English club to score in each of the first five matches of a single Champions League season.
The goal takes the Portuguese captain leading tally in the competition to 140 and now has 10 goals in 14 appearances since returning to Old Trafford.
It is however, almost solely thanks to Ronaldo that Manchester United have qualified for the knockout rounds of the Champions League with a game to spare
Next up for Ronaldo and United is a huge Premier League clash against league leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.