5 Manchester United records that are still held by Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo might have left Manchester United in 2009, but there are several records that are still held by the Portuguese star. There will be no one as good as the Real Madrid star at Old Trafford and that's helped him a lot.
While Martial, Rashford and others are trying their best to get close to these records, none of them are successful. Even legends like Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Wayne Rooney and even Robin van Persie have tried to break a couple of the records but have not managed to leap ahead of Ronaldo.
Here are 5 Manchester United records that still belong to Ronaldo:
#5 Most goals in a league season for Manchester United: 31 goals
Cristiano Ronaldo loves scoring goals – that's something we all know. In the 2007–08 season, he was in such form that he scored 31 goals in the Premier League alone
The Portuguese star played 34 games that season and that was the first time a player had notched 30+ goals in a season since Alan Shearer in 1995/96 season!
The closest a Manchester United player has come to breaking the record is Robin Van Persie. He scored 16 goals in the 2012/13 season when won their 20th Premier League title.