Cristiano Ronaldo inspiring Man Utd youngsters in training and sent special message before Youth Cup final win

CRISTIANO RONALDO has become the inspiration for Manchester United’s Class of 2022.

Sun Sport revealed that a number of the Old Trafford first team have spent the season being intimidated by highly–demanding CR7.

They are understood to have become fearful of making mistakes or executing the right pass because of the negative response they might get from him.

But as far as United’s victorious FA Youth Cup–winning team are concerned he can do no wrong.

Ronaldo even sent a special good luck message that was played out to the team before the final – and this proved the perfect motivation for the win.

Alejandro Garnacho sees Ronaldo as a hero and always copies his trademark “siu” goal celebration when he scores.

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Big things are predicted for the 17 year old who has already made his Prem debut and in March figured in Argentina’s squad, training alongside Lionel Messi.

He copied Ronaldo twice as he bagged the double that this week saw Travis Binnion’s under-18s beat Nottingham Forest 3 – 1 in the final in front of a record crowd of over 67,000.

United’s 11th triumph in the competition brought back memories of Sir Alex Ferguson’s Class of ’92.

And striker Joe Hugill reveals Ronaldo’s influence can help his team-mates follow in the footsteps of club legends such as David Beckham, Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs.

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Durham-born Hugill, 18, declared: ‘He's the best player in the world, in my opinion.

“He helps us a lot, going over to train with them as well.

“There's no better person to look up to, especially being a striker myself, looking at how he scores goals, all sorts of different types -long, short, headers, so he evolves your game.

“That's why you're here as a kid, you want to play in the United first team.

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“We've all got our aspirations of being there, so hopefully one of us, two of us, all of us, that's what we dream of, so hopefully, we can all get there together.

“Ronaldo, and Edinson Cavani, have been so helpful to me and I’ve loved training with them.”

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