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Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo issued a message after his hat-trick against Norwich.
Ronaldo took to his personal Twitter account to share his delight about his latest achievement and vowed to score even more.
It was the five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s 30th hat-trick after turning 30, equalling the same amount he netted before reaching that milestone.
Ronaldo tweeted: “30 hat-tricks before 30 and 30 hat-tricks after 30. It’s time to unbalance the scale!”
Meanwhile, the star forward’s future is reportedly undecided by incoming manager Erik ten Hag.
Due to Ten Hag’s high-intensity football, he could leave the club in the summer as part of a major player exodus at Old Trafford.
According to the Daily Mail, United insiders feel that the 37-year-old’s strong personality and desire to win does not rub off well on other players.
And there have been talks about if ditching Ronaldo would improve the atmosphere around the club.
It’s added that Ten Hag will play a role in the decision and that he is still unsure on whether the Portugal international can play a role next term.
And United interim boss Ralf Rangnick, who will move up to a consultancy role in June, has refused to make a decision on Ronaldo’s future.
Rangnick said: “This is in the end not my decision.
“Cristiano has got another year of contract. This will be a decision for the new manager to take, together with the board.
“Again, he showed against Tottenham and today’s game [against Norwich], that he can be the difference maker in moments like this, in games like this.
“It is not coincidence that he has the best goalscoring record of all players in history. He showed that again today.”
Finally, United star Paul Pogba has responded after being booed off by a section of fans in Saturday’s game against Norwich.
Pogba was a target for some of the crowd when he was the recipient of negative chants as he left the pitch when he was subbed off.
As he walked towards the tunnel, the star midfielder was spotted cupping his ear towards supporters who reportedly were singing “f**k off Pogba” as Marcus Rashford came off the bench.
The 29-year-old has since taken to Instagram to share a pic showing him waving that he captioned: “Very important win for all of us today!”