CRISTIANO RONALDO has scored his 100th Premier League goal on his return to action with Manchester United.
The Portuguese forward missed Tuesday’s trip to Anfield after the tragic passing of his baby son.
Ronaldo, 37, subsequently returned to training at Carrington and was selected to start against Arsenal today by manager Ralf Rangnick.
The Gunners got off to a perfect start, racing into a 2-0 lead amid some controversial decisions.
But Ronaldo soon produced a trademark clinical finish to drag his side back into the game.
Man United’s No7 was on hand to convert Nemanja Matic’s 34th minute cross past Aaron Ramsdale with his left foot.
He then pointed to the sky in apparent tribute to his little boy.