The Portuguese has now gone six games without scoring, five of them in the Premier League, as the Red Devils failed to win again.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal drought has now lasted more than a decade, as the Manchester United star failed to score again again on Saturday.
The Portuguese striker is one of the most prolific goal scorers in the sport’s history, establishing himself as one of the game’s most powerful figures.
However, he has struggled for United in recent weeks, and after failing to score in a 1-1 draw with Southampton, he has now gone six games without a goal, five of which have been in the Premier League.
Ronaldo’s dry spell
The Portuguese legend’s most recent goal came in a 3-1 triumph over Burnley on December 30.
Since then, he hasn’t scored in six outings, including Man United’s FA Cup exit at the hands of Middlesbrough.
And Ronaldo, who has 688 goals in his stellar club career, hasn’t gone six games without scoring since 2009.
That streak came in the last months of his first season at Old Trafford, before he moved on to Real Madrid, where he established himself as one of the greatest players in the sport’s history.
So far, Ronaldo’s season has been a success.
Ronaldo returned to Manchester United this summer after a spell at Juventus.
So far, he’s scored 14 goals in all competitions, with six of his goals coming in five games in the Champions League.
After Saturday’s draw, Manchester United are in fifth place in the Premier League, with Ronaldo’s next chance of ending his drought coming against Brighton on Tuesday.