Cristiano Ronaldo is called on the substitutes’ bench as Manchester United draw with Everton

In midweek, Ronaldo scored a dramatic Ninety fifth-minute objective to safe a 2-1 win over Villarreal in the Champions League, however he was unable to show Saturday’s recreation in United’s favour.

Anthony Martial’s highly effective shot gave United the lead simply earlier than the interval, although Everton have been nicely definitely worth the draw.

Ronaldo got here on simply earlier than the hour mark however inside minutes of his arrival all he may do was watch as Everton equalized with Andros Townsend firing previous David de Gea after a counterattacking transfer involving Demarai Grey and Abdoulaye Doucouré.

Everton may need even snatched all three factors following a nook, however Yerry Mina’s objective was dominated out for offside following a VAR overview.

Cristiano Ronaldo began the match against Everton on the substitutes' bench.
Ronaldo battles for possession with Jose Salomon Rondon of Everton.

‘Siuuuu’ celebration

.After scoring his fifth objective in 9 appearances for Everton, Townsend celebrated by mimicking Ronaldo’s trademark “Siuuuu” celebration.

“Not imitating, it is only a mark of respect to a man who influenced my profession,” Townsend informed BT Sport.

“I spent many hours on the coaching pitch and within the video room attempting to analyse his free-kicks and his stepovers and the best way he devoted himself to soccer.

“So it wasn’t an imitation it was a mark of respect to one in all my idols. I in all probability did not do the celebration justice and did not execute it correctly.”

Andros Townsend scores Everton's equalizer against Manchester United in the 1-1 Premier League draw.

The draw means Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s aspect have managed to win simply two of their final six video games in all competitions

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