Manchester, England.- Activity is back in the UEFA Champions League after two weeks of being inaugurated in its current 2021-22 season. Manchester United He started with his left foot after losing 2-1 to the Swiss Young Boys and this week he will host the Club Villarreal Spanish at Old Trafford.
The cast of Ole Gunnar Solskjær He did not contain the partial advantage in his visit and against the yellow submarine he hopes to start adding within the F group, which is last without units, but the continental championship just started and this would be an opportunity to start being competitive against his other rivals .
United already know what it is like to face the team currently led by coach Unai Emery, as they recently faced each other in the Europa League. Now their next confrontation will be in the UEFA Champions League, where the Portuguese forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, would reach a new mark at 36 years of age.
If seniority is not reflected at all being on the field of play and as long as he has the condition to continue surprising half the world, he will continue to do so. The newest thing that could happen is to position yourself at the top as the player with the most appearances in the European Champions League.
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Cristiano, before leaving Juventus in Turin, had culminated with a record of 176 official matches in the UCL. Against Young Boys he played as a starter with the Red Devills and thus tied his former Real Madrid teammate, Iker Casillas. The former goalkeeper finished with 177 games and in a few days the Portuguese star could surpass him in the general classification of the historical men.
As things look, everything indicates that this will happen, it will only be necessary to see if Solskjær will have him in the game next Wednesday, September 29 of the present. That’s something that looks the most obvious, so heading to breaking a new record looms around the corner for Cristiano Ronaldo.
PLAYERS WITH MOST PARTICIPATIONS IN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
|1.- Iker Casillas||177|
|2.- Cristiano Ronaldo||177|
|4.- Lionel Messi||150|
|5.- Raúl González||142|
|6.- Ryan Giggs||141|
|7.- Karim Benzema||131|
|8.- Andres Iniesta||130|
|9.- Sergio Ramos||129|
|10.- Clarence Seedorf||125|