Cristiano Ronaldo and Harry Maguire lead Man Utd aces in delighting children Dream Day with serious illnesses on Carrington visit


MANCHESTER UNITED players made precious memories for excited fans at the club foundation’s ‘Dream Day’. Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, and England star Harry Maguire were among the stars helping out at the event.

Marcus Rashford, Christian Eriksen, Casemiro, David De Gea, and Lisandro Martinez all made appearances among the first team squad.

The heart-warming session was for fans who suffer from serious and life-limiting illnesses.

The supporters traveled from across the country to meet the Old Trafford icons and watch them train at the Carrington HQ.

It gave the children a chance to meet their heroes and have photos taken and autographs signed.

It was the first Dream Day to take place since 2019 due to Covid.

Club captain Maguire was chuffed to have been part of the festivities and explained why it is so crucial.

The centre-back said: “We know how much these days mean to our club; ever since I joined the club, it’s been clear to me how much we do in the community and how important that is.

“Putting smiles on fans’ faces and making them happy is what it’s all about.

“We’ve really missed days like this, so it’s great to have fans back.”

The United squad were in fine spirits after defeating Everton 2-1 to pick up a huge Prem win at Goodison Park.

But he soon took centre-stage, 15 minutes after replacing the injured Anthony Martial, as he ran on to a Casemiro through ball to calmly beat Jordan Pickford.

Super-sub Ronaldo came off the bench to score his sensational 700th club goal of his career, and it proved to be the decisive one.

CR7 was a substitute yet again – but came on after 28 minutes for the injured Anthony Martial, who limped off.

It was a big victory for Erik ten Hag’s side, who ended Everton’s run of six matches without defeat.

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