Cristiano Ronaldo has been amongst the goals in the UEFA Champions League since he returned to Manchester United for his second spell this summer. The Red Devils secured a move back to the club for him from Italian giants Juventus in August and he has scored five goals in seven games in all competitions since then including two goals in two Champions League games.

Ronaldo made his second Champions League debut for Manchester United in the away game with Swiss champions Young Boys last month and he was the recipient of the first goal of the game. As a matter of fact, Ronaldo was responsible for the first goal of the Champions League group stage this season.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored the opener but it was not enough for Manchester United who were beaten 2-1 by their hosts. Buoyed by the first half red card to Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Young Boys scored two second half goals to win the game. The Swiss champions had trailed before English right-back Wan-Bissaka was sent off and they would go on to score a late goal to win the game after a wayward back pass from Manchester United substitute Jesse Lingard.

Portuguese international Ronaldo made it two goals in two Champions League games this season after he scored the winning goal in stoppage time to complete the turnaround for the Red Devils at home to Spanish La Liga side Villarreal. Spaniard PacoAlcacer gave the Yellow Submarines the lead eight minutes into the second half before the hosts levelled proceedings through Brazilian defender Alex Telles on the hour mark thus paving the way for Ronaldo to emerge the hero with a late goal.

Manchester United have not won a game since that late win over Villarreal. Since the home success over the Spanish team, Manchester United have drawn one and lost one of their two league games.