The 9 facts you need to know about the day: A legendary Ronaldo wears MU, Juve and Liverpool enchaine, Bayern stall…

Ronaldo wears MU, the Portuguese in the history of football, Juve and Liverpool continue, Bayern stall, Eriksen’s good start… Discover the highlights of Saturday’s games in Ligue 1 and in Europe.

Cristiano Ronaldo was huge.

The results in Ligue 1 (click on the score to read the briefing or the match article): Lille 0-0 Saint-Etienne (Friday), Montpellier 0-0 Nice, Troyes – 9pm Nantes.

The main results in Europe: Brighton 0-2 Liverpool, Manchester United 3-2 Tottenham (Premier League), Hoffenheim 1-1 Bayern Munich (Bundesliga), Sampdoria 1-3 Juventus Turin, AC Milan – (8:45 PM) Empoli (Serie A).

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1. Ronaldo wears MU! What an incredible player! But the last few weeks in trouble, Ronaldo wore Manchester United against Tottenham (3-2) in the premier league. on fire, the Portuguese (12th, 38th, 81st) finally offered himself a tripl . at, in particular a final header at the end of the game, to give his team the win. Kane’s goal (35th, sp) and the realization against his side by Maguire (72nd) were not enough for Spurs. In the ranking is MU temporarily climbs to 4th placewhile Tottenham are 7th.

2. The Portuguese in legend. And exactly, with this tripl for Manchester United, Ronaldo re-wrote his legend† The Portuguese international now counts 807 professional goals in his career. Thereby, the former Madrid player becomes the top goalscorer in football history, for Josef Bican (805 achievements)! An incredible achievement for the Red Devils star.

3. The CR7 Missile! Almost a month after his last performance in the competition, Ronaldo found his way back into the net against Tottenham (3-2) in the Premier League. And in what way! The Portugal international had launched his team perfectly thanks to a clear shot from the right foot into the top corner from outside the area. Magnificent !

4. Juve continues their streak. Unbeaten in Serie A since November 27, Juventus Turin won on the grass field of Sampdoria (3-1)† The Turin dominated at the start of the game and quickly made the difference with a goal against his side from Yoshida (23rd) and then a goal from Morata (34th). After a missed penalty from Candreva and narrowing the gap in Sabiri’s score (84th), the Old Lady then sealed this success thanks to another goal from Morata (88th). Juve remains in 4th place in the standings, 4 points behind the leader, AC Milanwho has one game less.

5. Liverpool continues… Liverpool keep Manchester City under pressure. in the premier league, the Reds took over Brighton (2-0)† Diaz (19th) and Salah (61st, sp) chained the Reds an 8th consecutive league win to come back three points from leader of the table, Manchester City† An exceptional battle for the title!

6. …but lose Salah! Scorer in this Premier League game against Brighton (2-0), winger Salah was forced out due to injury† Indeed, when converting his penalty, the Egyptian international clearly felt a lot of pain. The current 2nd in the English Championship hopes for reassuring news about his star.

7. Bayern stall again! Just like last week against Bayer Leverkusen (1-1), Bayern Munich lost two points at Hoffenheim (1-1) in the Bundesliga. Displaced in the first period, the Roten were led for the first time after a nice collective move that was closed by Baumgartner (32nd), for the equalizer of the inevitable Lewandowski (45 + 3rd) of the head. Returning from the locker room, the Julian Nagelsmann band, who dominated, missed no success in the finish area. In the ranking is Bayern remains leader with 10 points ahead of number two Dortmundwhich, however, has two games behind it.

8. Eriksen, already a positive impact. Back on the field for the past few weeks, Eriksen makes the difference in Brentford’s colors. The Dane thus participated in his team’s victory against Burnley (2-0) in the Premier League with a decisive pass on Toney’s first goal (85th) then another serve on the penalty obtained and converted by his partner (90 + 4th, sp). 2 offers in 4 games for the Scandinavia.

9. Nice also knows how to resist. Reduced to 10 after Dante’s serious first-half layoff, OGC Nice signed on the lawn of Montpellier (0-0) in Ligue 1. Perfect for beating Savanier, author of a missed penalty on a panenka, Niois goalkeeper Benitez was still decisive. In the ranking is Nice remains 2nd for the time being, three points ahead of Marseille, 3rd. To read the full game analysis, it’s here.

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