Cristiano Ronaldo’s professional career hasn’t gotten off to the best of starts in Saudi Arabia. After scoring a brace for Lionel Messi’s Paris Saint-Germain in a friendly match, the superstar player inspired Ronaldo’s expectations of a blockbuster start to his career in the Asian nation. However, he hasn’t been able to carry over his goal-scoring form in the key games where it means the most.
Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Al-Nassr coach Rudi Garcia, would not retire in Saudi Arabia. In response to a question on Ronaldo’s future after his first two games, Garcia said, “He will return to Europe.”
Since joining his new team more than two months ago, Ronaldo has failed to score for them. He will reportedly make £175 million annually.
Cristiano Ronaldo spent his whole career in Europe before making a surprising switch to play for Al-Nasr in Saudi Arabia. He won a record-setting 5 UEFA Champions Leagues with Manchester United and Real Madrid. Sporting in Portugal, where Cristiano Ronaldo started his career, rapidly made him their go-to winger. Before leaving Juventus and eventually returning to Manchester United, Ronaldo spent most of his career winning trophies with Manchester United and Real Madrid. His time with United abruptly came to an end, and he soon joined Al-Nassr.
Cristiano Ronaldo has had trouble finding his form since joining Al-Nassr, as he failed to score in either of his first two matches. In two of the games in which Ronaldo played, his colleague Anderson Talisca scored twice. Garcia had criticized the 37-year-performance olds following their defeat to rival Al-Ittihad. Turning around from his original position, the coach spoke confidently about Ronaldo and stated that he has a strong belief in the Superstar’s talents.
Al Nassr manager Rudi Garcia said Cristiano Ronaldo will play in Europe again after his time in Saudi Arabia 👀 pic.twitter.com/96ZYWFjgMo
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) January 30, 2023
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“He can’t dribble, he can’t score, he can’t pass, all he can do is siuuu, I’m tired”
Al Nassr owner Al– Muammar after Ronaldo poor performance 😭😭
The desert owners are tired pic.twitter.com/91p1B5VKeC
— Kwesi Hustler 👽 (@nkay_LM) January 27, 2023
Cristiano Ronaldo is a useful addition since he moves defenders out of the way. He is one of the world’s top players. He will return to Europe to conclude his career; he won’t do so at Al-Nassr. After Ronaldo’s goal drought in the first two games, the Al-Nassr coach made the statement.
Before announcing his retirement from football, Al-Nassr’s head coach claimed that Ronaldo was the “best footballer in the world” and that he would “return to Europe.”
Fans criticized Ronaldo for his poor performance in his first two games following their startling 3-1 loss to Al-Ittihad in the Saudi Super Cup. Following Al-defeat, Nassr’s a video emerged that appeared to show the group’s director, a middle-aged man, upset with the result.
“Get out of here. I spent 200 million euros and he (Ronaldo)only knows how to go ‘Siuuuu’. It’s not possible,” Al-Nassr’s director was overheard stating. Al-Nassr supporters are waiting impatiently for the Portuguese Superstar to show his skills. After their tragic loss, the angry fans were reportedly trampling on Ronaldo’s No. 7 jersey.
The Portuguese player left Manchester United by mutual consent in November, missing the chance to win his first title on Saudi Arabian soil.
On February 3rd, Al-Nassr takes on Al-Fateh in the Saudi Pro League, and all eyes will be on the 38-year-old veteran. To dispel his critics, Cristiano Ronaldo will be more than willing to show his talent in the upcoming game.
Cristiano gets singled out by Rudi Garcia
Rudi Garcia, the coach of Al Nassr, emphasized that Ronaldo blew an opportunity that would have helped his club win the Super Cup match.
He stated, “I congratulate Al Ittihad, but Cristiano Ronaldo lost a chance that may have changed the first-half result of the match.
“They were considerably better than us before halftime. We then reacted, but we couldn’t stop it. We still lead the league having dropped the Super Cup.”