Ronaldo equals Solskjaer’s Manchester United goal tally
As a Manchester United player, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was one of the most prolific goal scorers the club had ever seen, especially considering the majority of his goals were from when he came off the bench to save the team from defeat.
The current United manager’s most notable goal came in the 1999 Champions League final against Bayern Munich when he scored the game-winning goal. The Norwegian scored 126 goals for United during his career, placing him among the finest in the club’s history.
Last night, Cristiano Ronaldo equaled the record. Ronaldo now has 126 goals for Manchester United in 303 games, with his brace against Atalanta in the Champions League tying Solskjaer’s goal tally.
Solskjaer, on the other hand, made 366 appearances for Manchester United and built a reputation for coming off the bench to score key goals. Because he is clearly under a lot of strain at the moment, the match against Manchester City could be the deciding factor in his future.