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‘Why it’s called Theatre Of Dreams’ – Cristiano Ronaldo’s passionate rallying cry to Man Utd fans before Atletico clash

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CRISTIANO RONALDO has issued a passionate rallying cry to Manchester United fans ahead of their crunch clash against Atletico Madrid.

The Red Devils host the LaLiga giants in the second leg of their Champions League last 16 tie on Tuesday night following their 1-1 draw in the Spanish capital.

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Cristiano Ronaldo has issued a rallying cry to Man Utd fans ahead of their crunch Champions League clash against Atletico Madrid[/caption]

And Ronaldo – who scored a hat-trick in the 3-2 win over Tottenham – has urged fans to play their part in keeping the club’s European dream alive.

Taking to Instagram, the Portuguese ace shared a picture of himself in training, captioned with a message to supporters – demanding them to ‘recreate the amazing atmosphere’ from Saturday’s win.

Ronaldo, 37, wrote: “Tomorrow is one of those days that we’ve all been waiting for.

“One of those chances to show the world the reason why Old Trafford is known as the Theatre of Dreams.

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“Let’s recreate the amazing atmosphere that we saw in our last home game.

“Let’s keep our Champions League dream alive!

“We are Man Utd! Let’s do this together! Let’s go, Devils!”

Meanwhile, boss Ralf Rangnick has warned Diego Simeone and Co that Ronaldo can keep up his red-hot form on Tuesday, despite having just two full days to recover from his Spurs heroics.


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Rangnick said: “He showed against Tottenham what kind of a professional player he is, what kind of level he can still play at.

“With performances like that he showed, he’s still a very important player for this team and he can make the difference for us.

“I’m not worried that he has not been able to recover.

“So far he’s always been a person that looks after himself a lot, he knows exactly what to do.

“I’m not worried about that. If he can score another three goals we’ll see…

“His overall performance was good, very good, on Saturday and hopefully we get this from him against Atletico.”

United drew the first leg with Atletico in Spain 1-1 and are now aiming to reach the last eight of the competition for only the second time in eight years.

And they look set to have the help of Bruno Fernandes and Luke Shaw who both missed Saturday’s win over Spurs after contracting Covid.

The pair were believed to be doubts for the game but were able to join team-mates in Monday’s session as Carringt

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