Former Manchester City star Sergio Aguero was quick to release an alternate version on Saturday, after a rising member of Manchester United’s youth ranks paid the highest tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo.
And of course the killer’s name Ronaldo took its place front and center in the headlines this evening, following the Portuguese star’s latest show.
And one individual, in turn, who was quick to react to the CR7 who led United to a decisive victory, was the Red Devils’ youngster Alejandro Garnacho.
Through his official Instagram account, the 17-year-old posted a photo of himself with Ronaldo side by side, accompanied by the caption:
“The greatest of all time…”
This came after the Red Devils’ spell was spotted handing his last match ball to the much-regarded young winger at Old Trafford:
As noted above, another notable one-time Manchester scorer who was quick to challenge Garnacho’s view was none other than Sergio Aguero.
Turning to the comments section of the Spain youth international’s post, Aguero, who is of course a close friend of Lionel Messi, replied:
“Because you still haven’t played with the best, Leo Messi.”
Enter Sergio Aguero 👀😂🐐 pic.twitter.com/Ut4c48YCHB
– TheSecretScout (TheSecretScout_) April 16 2022
CR7 Runs Riot
Regardless of the biggest debate ever, it of course proved to make another special day for Cristiano Ronaldo on Saturday.
The Portuguese had the last chance to lead the streak, as Man United welcomed the residents of the Premier League’s basement at Old Trafford looking forward to a decisive return to the winning ways.
And when all was said and done, it was Ronaldo who stepped up at his team’s moment of need, hitting a hat-trick of 60 in his famous career to lead Ralph Rangnick’s men to a 3-2 win:
Cristiano Ronaldo gets a trick in his technique. 🔥
– CBS Sports Golazo ⚽️ (CBSSportsGolazo) April 16 2022
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