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’37 and still on top’: Fans react to Cristiano Ronaldo’s message after goalless debut for Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia

Cristiano Ronaldo made his Saudi Pro League debut for Al Nassr on Sunday, as his aspect beat Ettifaq 1-0, on the King Saud University Stadium on Sunday. This comes after Ronaldo performed for a mixed XI from Al Nassr and Al Hilal in an exhibition match in opposition to Lionel Messi’s PSG.

The victory on Sunday helped Al Nassr climb to the highest of the desk with 33 factors from 14 video games, forward of Al Hilal (32 factors from 15 matches). Talisca was the solitary goalscorer within the match, when he headed the winner within the Thirty first-minute after Abdulmajeed Al-Sulaiheem’s cross was too excessive for Ronaldo. But the previous Manchester United star did not appear to seek out that he failed to attain as he ran to have a good time with the midfielder and remainder of his new teammates.

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After the match, Ronaldo had a particular message for his teammates and followers. Taking to Twitter, he posted pictures from the match which he captioned as, “First game, first win – well done guys Thanks to all the fans for incredible support.”

Reacting to Ronaldo’s message, one fan wrote, “37 and still on top.”

“At the age of thirty-seven, as if he is twenty years old, here you really know that he is legendary”, one other fan added.

“One of the nicknames of Al-Nasr Club is (Fares Najd), which means the brave man, and Cristiano, after joining Al-Nassr, became one of the brave men we bet on for more achievements”, one other fan added.

Ronaldo joined Al Nassr for a sensational 2-1/2 yr contract lately, estimated to be value greater than 200 million euros. He noticed his Manchester United get terminated after a controversial interview with British broadcaster Piers Morgan, the place he criticised the membership’s hierarchy and head coach Erik ten Hag.


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