Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has ended a six-game goal drought and helped the Red Devils pick up a 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion on Tuesday.
the win raised United from Ralf Rangnick back in the top four of the Premier League.
Ronaldo, without goal since December and dropped to bench acting manager in some recent matcheshit five minutes after halftime with a superb finish after playing in by Scott McTominay.
Brighton had been the best side before half time with United again looking disjointed and lacking spark.
But his hopes of react after a fall behind were damaged when sending Lewis Dunk off after a fault on Anthony Elanga, an initial yellow card be upgraded to red.
Even then United were unconvincing and Brighton’s Jakub Moder wrapped up an effort against the front cross member former United striker Danny Welbeck led over a delay chance.
Bruno Fernandes gave the score a flattering look with a well taken solo goal in stoppage time as United moved above West Ham United in the fourth place with 43 points from 25 games.