Cristiano Ronaldo’s game-winning performance for Al Nassr versus Al-Shabab is discussed by Georgina Rodriguez

In response to Cristiano Ronaldo’s impressive performance in Al-Nassr’s 4-0 Saudi Premier League victory over Al-Shahab on Tuesday (August 29), Georgina Rodriguez expressed her admiration for him.

Georgina Rodriguez (right) reacted to her partner Cristiano Ronaldo

Al-Alami led 3-0 at the half thanks to two goals from the penalty spot from Ronaldo in the first half and one more from Sadio Mane. The 38-year-old had a chance to score three goals, but the build-up foul disallowed his ‘goal’ between the two spot kicks.

Ronaldo had the opportunity to record his second hat-trick against Al-Nassr in as many games after Luis Castro’s team was awarded a penalty in the 63rd minute. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner offered his teammate Ghareeb the chance to score his 850th goal for club and country, but he turned it down.

Screenshot of Georgina Rodriguez's Instagram story

Another attempt by the captain of Portugal was disallowed because it was offside. However, Al-Alami scored again that evening before Ronaldo was replaced nine minutes from the end.

Georgina responded to her partner’s amazing feats on her Instagram Story with an emoticon. Here is the corresponding screenshot:

After scoring his first Al-Nassr hat-trick in the 5-0 league victory over Al Fateh four days prior, Ronaldo scored twice against Shahab. Al-Alami moved up to eighth place in the rankings, six points behind early leaders Al-Ittihad, thanks to the victory over Shahab.

Luis Castro, the manager of Al-Nassr, was perplexed by Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal being disallowed for foul play.

In the brand-new Saudi Pro League season, Cristiano Ronaldo is scorching. The 38-year-old has scored five goals in his past two matches, but he had more chances to score in his most recent game on Tuesday against Al-Shahab.

Ronaldo (right) is on fire.

Following the victory, manager Luis Castro expressed his satisfaction with his team’s performance in a press conference. He suggested that the decision was inconsistent since he couldn’t comprehend why one of Ronaldo’s goals from the first half was disallowed for foul play.

Castro questioned why Cristiano’s goal was disallowed today, according to the Saudi Gazette. “I’ve seen similar situations in the Saudi league when the pressure was much stronger than what we saw today, yet the goal was still valid… Although I won’t mention the particular game, everyone saw it.

The next league match for Cristiano Ronaldo and company will take place on Saturday, September 2, against Al-Hazm. After losing their first two games, Castro will be hoping his team can keep winning.

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