This is the most competitive title races we have seen for a long time now’: Christiano Ronaldo finally predicts who will win premier league title this season between Arsenal and Man city
In a recent appearance on The Kelly and Wrighty Show, Cristiano Ronaldo shared his predictions on the highly competitive Premier League title race.
Following Arsenal’s ascent to the top spot ahead of Manchester City, Ronaldo anticipates one of the most fiercely contested title races in recent memory.
After securing a 1-0 victory against Brentford, Arsenal claimed the top spot, with Kai Havertz scoring the decisive goal at the Gtech Community Stadium.
Considering Manchester City’s draw with Liverpool and Aston Villa’s proximity to the top after defeating Tottenham, Ronaldo recognizes the openness of the title race.
Despite the intense competition, Ronaldo expressed his belief that Manchester City will ultimately emerge as the victors this season.
He highlighted the competitiveness of the league and predicted that City would embark on an unbeaten run of 10 to 15 games, shifting into a higher gear during the crucial months of March and April.
The current form of the top four teams is notable, with both Manchester City and Arsenal yet to reach their peak performance levels.
Despite being the lowest goalscorers in the top four, Arsenal boasts the best defensive record in the division. Ronaldo’s assessment aligns with the expectation that City, with players like Kevin De Bruyne yet to return, will elevate their game.
Liverpool, despite recent impressive performances, are anticipated to further improve, reflecting the overall unpredictability of the title race. Aston Villa’s rapid rise up the table may make it challenging to envision them as major contenders at this stage.
While the title race remains difficult to predict, many resonate with Ronaldo’s view that Manchester City holds a favorable position and is poised to take control.
The dynamics of the Premier League title race promise excitement and unpredictability, keeping fans and pundits engaged throughout the season.