Manchester United have had a very poor season.
The Red Devils were knocked out early in the Carabao Cup and FA Cup and are a whopping 20 points behind Man City in the Premier League.
They are still in the Champions League and have a winnable last-16 tie against Atletico Madrid, who are struggling in La Liga.
But, realistically, the chances of them winning Europe’s premier cup competition is very low given their form across the season.
United have been the brunt of jokes among English football fans with many mocking them for their misfortune.
And it appears even Cristiano Ronaldo’s son, Ronaldo Jr, knows they aren’t very good.
Footage has emerged of Ronaldo Jr agreeing when a fan asked him: “United are s***, aren’t they?” View the video below…
Cristiano Ronaldo Jr foi perguntado se o Manchester United é uma porcaria, e ele respondeu que sim.— Cristiano Ronaldo Brasil (@CR7Brasil) February 16, 2022
O robozinho vai ficar de castigo.pic.twitter.com/VEzxUQTuv0
Fan: “You having a good time?”
Ronaldo Jr: “Yeah.”
Fan: “United are s*** aren’t they.”
Ronaldo Jr: “Yeah.”
Wonder what Ronaldo Senior thinks about that…
Despite Ronaldo Junior not thinking very much of them, United returned to winning ways on Tuesday evening as they narrowly saw off Brighton at Old Trafford.
United went into their Premier League game against Brighton having not won in three games.
But they picked up all three points with a hard-fought 2-0 victory.
Ronaldo had not scored for six games going into the match, his longest goal-drought since 2009.
But he ended his wait for a goal with a brilliant opener six minutes after half-time.
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Bruno Fernandes then scored their second in stoppage-time to secure the victory for the Red Devils.
Despite the win, United were far from convincing against a side that had 10-men for the vast majority of the second half.
Nevertheless, they have now moved up to fourth in the Premier League table. They will need to keep winning if they are to beat Arsenal, Tottenham and West ham to a Champions League berth.