The first half at Old Trafford was a whirlwind of excitement. Antony, a Brazilian attacker, scored United's first goal in the 34th minute. In spite of Arsenal's domination for long stretches,
Antony scored first, but the Gunners responded with a goal by Saka just after the hour mark. Here is video of that play from Sunday's game in case you missed it. United needed to lift themselves
up after a sluggish start to the second half, but it was no more than Arsenal deserved. After Saka scored to tie the game, it was Ronaldo who was seen cheering his troops.
As seen in the above video, many players appeared disheartened after giving up the lead, but the five-time Ballon d'Or winner took care to inspire stars like Bruno Fernandes and Christian Eriksen.
As if to say, "Let's go again," Ronaldo walked to the centre circle and clapped. Tyrell Malacia saw his behavior. Ronaldo's celebration of Manchester United's goal was a huge hit with the crowd.
As one person put it Have we got the mental toughness to come back if Ronaldo isn't playing? The jury's still out on that one in my opinion In the past we would have pouted and lost by the same score
One more added: "Why isn't this guy the captain of Manchester United? I keep reading that he's only interested in his own stats and is only out for himself. The signs are there..
As a third put it: "They always leave this out. He always shows what kind of player he is on the field, no matter the circumstances. A competitive spirit drives him. Six minutes later,
Marcus Rashford put United back in front after Bruno Fernandes gave him a great pass. Rashford scored shortly thereafter to seal their fourth straight Premier League victory.