Cristiano Ronaldoâ€™s fantastic goal-scoring form last season saw him achieving his dream of scoring his 42nd and last goal of his successful campaign in the final of the UEFA Champions League in Moscow.
The World Player of the Year â€“ who had to patience due to his ankle operation before returning to his best this season â€“ is now eying to score his 30th and final goal of the season in Rome against Barcelona.
Ronaldoâ€™s dream remains a possibility, but it is also true that things have become difficult for him after he failed to get on the scoring sheet last night when Manchester United travelled to play Wigan at the JJB Stadium.
Cristiano Ronaldo is on 26 goals this season and has only three games left to get his four goals. Manchester United go into Saturdayâ€™s game at home to Arsenal with the mission of securing at least a draw to win the English Premiership title.
Ronaldo could have once again a huge impact in that game like he had in the 3-1 over Arsenal in the Champions League.
Scoring at Old Trafford this weekend will ease the pressure on him on Manchester Unitedâ€™s next games against Hull City in the league and Barcelona in the Champions League.
Wigan Athletic v Manchester United, 1-2
Written by: Angela Asante