Two late goals by Alejandro Pozuelo gave Toronto FC a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Fire in MLS play Saturday, snapping TFC's six-game winless streak.
The 37-year-old, who had played in Europe's top tier competition in 19 consecutive seasons, is still determined to compete with the continent's biggest clubs. Manchester United missed out on Champions League qualification after a dismal domestic campaign which saw the club finish sixth. Erik ten Hag's men will spend the next campaign competing in the Europa League - a competition which Ronaldo has never featured in. The Portugal international still believes he has "three or four" years left at the highest level and would like to spend them at a club where he would be capable of adding to his long list of team and individual accolades, according to a report in The Times. Ronaldo scored 24 goals for the Red Devils last season, with 18 of them coming in the Premier League.
FC Cincinnati will attempt again to figure out New England when the clubs meet Sunday (7:30 p.m.) at Gillette Stadium.