Ronaldo can’t help Al-Nasser fall out of Super Cup playoffs

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Veteran striker Cristiano Ronaldo was unable to score for his new club Al-Nasser before losing 3-1 to Al-Ittihad in the semis. Winning the Super Cup, unfortunately leading the team to win the first championship

Al- Nasser superstar Cristiano Ronaldo made his second appearance for the new UFABET club in the ninth Saudi Super Cup semi-final. On Thursday, January 26, but still unable to score a goal Before losing 1-3 to Al-Ittihad, a disappointing elimination from the semi-finals and still waiting for his first trophy in the competition with his new club.

Ronaldo can't help Al-Nasser fall out of Super Cup playoffs

The 37-year-old star made his debut for The oil millionaire team has gone 1 game in the 2022-2023 season of the Professional League at Mersul Park last weekend, defeating Al- Ittifaq 1-0 from the winning goal. of Taliska in the 31st minute, which in the cup game the referee hopes to hit the first goal But throughout the game, the opposing team’s defensive line can stop the attacking form of the person’s goal. 

With two goals in the first half, coming from Romarinho in the 15th minute and Abder Razak Hamdallah in the 43rd minute, allowing Al-Ittihad to take control of the game. And although in the second half Anderson Taliska scored a shallow shot in the 67th minute, but then Muhannad Al- Shankiti came and hit the coffin. in injury time Take the team through to the finals to meet Al-Faiha, who slashed Al-Hilal 1-0 on Sunday, January 29.

The Portugal captain, meanwhile, was heartbroken for his first Trophy win, with Al-Nasser set to make his second league appearance. With a visit to Al-Fateh on Friday, February 3, the situation of the team at this time leads the crowd with 14 games, 10 wins, 3 draws, 1 loss, with 33 points leading Al-Hila second place. L is 1 point but played less than 1 match

For the former Manchester United striker. Scored two goals on his debut on Saudi soil. But that was a special football match between All-Stars Saudi Arabia  and Paris Saint-Germain. The French giants, who played with long-time rival Lionel Messi, were beaten 4-5 by  All- Stars on Thursday January