Watch Cristiano Ronaldo score incredible rabona volley in Man Utd warm-up.. and it’s not the first time he’s done it | The Sun

CRISTIANO RONALDO showed he hasn’t lost his magic touch by scoring an incredible rabona volley.

But it’s not the first time the Manchester United star has done it.

Ronaldo, 37, was handed a rare start by Erik ten Hag as the Red Devils beat Sheriff 2-0 last week.

The Portugal legend netted United’s second goal after Jadon Sancho gave them the lead.

But Ronaldo’s most impressive moment came BEFORE kick-off in the Europa League clash.

Going through his usual drills in the warm-up, Ronnie turned to practicing some attacking runs at goal.


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Video footage shows the ball being crossed into the veteran’s path, with just yards between Ronaldo and the open goal.

But instead of simply sticking the ball away, the icon went a step further as he performed an outrageous rabona volley with little effort.

Ronaldo looked very pleased as he turned away to continue his warm-up.

But fans of the five-time Ballon d’Or winner know it’s not the first time Ronaldo’s produced something similar.

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Linking up with Portugal teammates during the Autumn international break in 2016, Ronnie scored a breathtaking rabona goal during training.

His effort came just months after captaining his country to glory at Euro 2016.

Ronaldo went on to score 42 goals in all competitions for Real Madrid that season, winning LaLiga PLUS the Champions League.

And United fans will be hoping Ronnie’s cheeky show of confidence can propel their side to similar glory this term.

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