What Cristiano Ronaldo said after Man Utd’s 3-1 win over Arsenal
Cristiano Ronaldo, the star player for Manchester United, has thanked the team's fans for their support at home after Sunday night's 3-1 Premier League victory over league leaders Arsenal.
In addition, Ronaldo praised his Manchester United teammates and urged them to keep up their winning ways after they defeated Arsenal at Old Trafford.
Antony's goal and Marcus Rashford's two goals helped Man United defeat Arsenal.
For Mikel Arteta's team against the Red Devils, Bukayo Saka did score.
Speaking after the game, Ronaldo, who did not start the match, wrote on his Twitter handle: “Well done, lads! And a very special thank you to our supporters! Let’s go, Devils! "
Ronaldo will now hope to start when Man United face Real Sociedad in the Europa League on Thursday in their next game.
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