After running amock amongst the Newcastle defenders, and being responsible for practically every United attack, Cristiano Ronaldo is finally starting to show his true potential on the pitch.
Cristiano Ronaldo has thanked manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson for his kind words of praise and unstinting support throughout the last few weeks.
Cristiano Ronaldo may have wanted to leave when the Press and fans were all against him after the World Cup, but now he has only one thing on his mind - becoming a Legend at Old Trafford!
Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the believers. So is Gary Neville. But a lot of people (even United fans!) are sceptical as to whether Manchester United can win the Champions League this season.
Rio Ferdinand suddenly has a lot to say about pretty much everything at Manchester United (I think he's either in the payroll of The Sun or got a new book coming out!), but its all very interesting as
His finger-gesture to Benfica fans may have cost him his chance to play in the match against Celtic, but that didn't mean Cristiano Ronaldo could go and sun himself in Madeira for the week!
Cristiano Ronaldo and the rest of his Portuguese teammates suffered a blow to their Euro 2008 warm-up campaign when Denmark ran out (deserved) 4-2 winners in a friendly match.
He may have said that he didn't feel like returning to Manchester, but that was only because he thought he would be threatened and booed by his own team's fans. Not so. Cristiano has received a cacophony of cheers each time he gets anywhere near the ball, and he's realised he's happy here!
Having gone over to the fans and punch his heart to them after the Charlton match, Ronaldo has now spoken to the English media to thank the fans personally.
"The fans have been great here - I love Manchester ad can see myself playing here for a long time"
Meanwhile he also cleared up the fact that he had a Â£400 bet on himself to score more than 15 goals this season wih Sir Alex, and the disappointment of missing out on the Young Player Award at the World Cup.
"It could be it was because of the game against France. Anyone who understands football can see that it was a penalty, but they don't want to admit it.
RONALDO: IT'S COMPLICATED
Sir Alex Ferguson was in a happy mood as he was interviewed after the game - United's first competitive match of the season, but that didn't stop him from staunchly defending his players - in fact it