Despite being outsiders for a top four position, Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo has reassured fans that he and his colleagues will not give up battling for a place in the Champions League.
Following his miracle shot against Tottenham Hotspur, the 37-year-old has added three more personal honours to his already amazing collection, collecting United’s Player of the Month and Goal of the Month awards, as well as the Premier League Goal of the Month honor.
Ronaldo was unable to play in United’s 2-2 draw with Leicester on Saturday due to sickness, as the Red Devils failed to cut the gap on the top four.
Arsenal’s loss to Crystal Palace on Monday ended their chances of playing in the Champions League next season. And Ronaldo has made it obvious that he is not yet done with United’s season.
He commented on Instagram, “Individual achievements are always welcome, but they’re worth so much more when they’re related to communal wins.” “There is still a lot to fight for until the end of the season, and we must never give up on the goals that are still feasible and within our grasp.
“Thank you to everyone who voted in the Goal Of The Month and Player Of The Month competitions. Let’s go for it again!
“Let us battle till we are extinguished! Devils, let’s go!”