Al Nassr’s Key to Success : Ronaldo’s Record-Breaking 850 Goals

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s 850th career goal helped Al Nassr overcome Al-Hazm 5-1 on the road on Saturday night.

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Al Nassr in Saudi Pro League

In the Saudi Pro League, Al Nassr won for the third time in a row thanks in part to two assists from Ronaldo.

The 38-year-old helped Abdulrahman Ghareeb score the game’s first goal in minute 33 of play.

Just before halftime, Abdullah Al-Khaibari added to Al Nassr’s advantage with a stunning volley from a corner kick.

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Muhammed Badamosi, a player for the Gambia, scored a goal for Al-Hazm immediately after the break, but another Ronaldo assist in the 57th minute made it 3-1 for Al Nassr.

Otavio completed Al Nassr’s third goal after an outstanding team play.

Before the Match

In search of their third victory of the year, Cristiano Ronaldo and Al Nassr will take on Al Hazm, the 17th-placed side in the Saudi Pro League, on Saturday. Al-Nassr has won the last two games in the Saudi Pro League thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo. In the first two league games, the club came up short twice. However, today’s game between two elite Middle Eastern clubs is really fascinating.

Will Cristiano Ronaldo play in the match between Al Nassr and Al Hazm?

The skipper of Al Nassr is reportedly well and prepared to face Al Hazm. Due to his five goals in the past two games for his side, the Portuguese icon most recently received the Saudi Pro League Player of the Month honor.

After Saturday’s match, Ronaldo, who has a record 123 goals in men’s international competition, wrote on social media: “Another wonderful team effort! We keep becoming better. 850 career objectives and still going.

Al-Nassr now trails Al-Hilal by four points as a result of the victory.

Karim Benzema scored for the hosts in Friday’s 4-3 victory over the league leaders at Al-Ittihad thanks to Aleksander Mitrovic’s hat-trick.

Al-Ettifaq defeated Damac 3-1 in the meanwhile thanks to Moussa Dembele’s two-goal performance.

Al-Nassr’s victory extended their winning streak to four games, while Steven Gerrard’s Al-Ettifaq’s victory snapped a two-game losing streak.

The top-placed Al-Ahli team, which included Roberto Firmino, Gabri Veiga, Riyad Mahrez, and Allan Saint-Maximin, was defeated 5-1 by Al-Fateh in another match.

Cristiano Ronaldo enraged with Referee

On Tuesday night, Cristiano Ronaldo, the captain of Al Nassr, was enraged with referee Ismail Elfath after having a goal disallowed during a 4-0 victory over Al-Shabab.

Just before the 38-year-old headed in from a corner kick in the 18th minute, Ronaldo was called for a push penalty.

After the VAR had first evaluated the incident, MLS official Elfath, who was making a special guest appearance in the Saudi Pro League, was brought over to the pitch-side monitor.

Elfath made his decision after reviewing many replays, rejecting Ronaldo, who had earlier given Al Nassr a 1-0 lead with a penalty kick.

When Elfath answered the call, Ronaldo yelled at him, “Always against me!”

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