Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted that Manchester United need to improve after the Red devils 2-2 draw in Tuesday’s UCL encounter against Atalanta
Atalanta took the lead against United through Josip Ilicic – David de Gea should have done better – just after the 10-minute mark, but Ronaldo got Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side back into the game again after a brilliantly worked team goal on the stroke of half-time.
The Italians regained the lead in the second half when Duvan Zapata took advantage of United’s sloppy defending, though.
United then frantically searched for an equaliser and their efforts seemed in vain until Ronaldo produced a moment of brilliance deep in stoppage time, finding the back of the net with an expertly taken first-time volley from just outside the box to score.
Speaking after a brilliant performance to share the points with Atalanta Cristiano Ronaldo said,
“They have a fantastic coach, they know what to do all the time on the pitch. They are always difficult to play against.
“We did our job and we defended well. We have to still improve, we have different players, different system, the football is different, we have to adapt to each other. It will take time. In my opinion, we have time to improve and to be better.