The opponent got angry because Ronaldo … wiped his face?

Cristiano Ronaldo angered opponents after rubbing sweat in their faces.
That is the headline shared in the Mirror article (UK) today August 16. Al Nassr has just won the Arab Club Champions Cup title. It was their first championship since Cristiano Ronaldo joined Al Nassr and captained the club.

The 38-year-old Portuguese superstar played extremely well in the tournament when he won the title of top scorer and scored both goals in the final to help Al Nassr come upstream spectacularly to defeat Al Hilal 2-1 in a less-than-human position. player.

Now, fans have discovered how much Ronaldo caused his opponent to rage with a strange act in that final. A video that has just appeared on social networks shows that the person who won 5 world golden balls – Ballon d’Or Cristiano Ronaldo … wiped his sweat on the opponent’s face.

Ronaldo rubs sweat on the opponent’s face. PHOTO: MIRROR

In this humorous situation, Ronaldo rubs his back and looks at Al Hilal’s Saudi Arabia international Ali Al-Bulaihi. Then, Ronaldo suddenly touched Al-Bulaihi’s face with his hand, before the Al-Hilal defender reacted by nudging the Portuguese superstar away and seemingly wanting to scold CR7, the Mirror describes.

Al Nassr’s victory in the Arab Club Champions Cup final against Al Hilal means Cristiano Ronaldo has claimed his first title since moving to the Saudi Pro League in January. Several top players have followed Ronaldo to Saudi Arabia since his move from Manchester United.

Although Ronaldo was smiling after scoring twice against Al Hilal, Ronaldo’s match ended in pain. At the end of the game, Ronaldo was carried off on a stretcher due to a knee injury. It is not clear how long the Real Madrid legend will be absent but immediately Al Nassr was dealt a heavy blow.

In the opening match of the Saudi Pro League, an Al Nassr without Ronaldo lost against Steven Gerrard’s Al Ettifaq. Sadio Mane opened the scoring 1-0 for Al Nassr, before goals from Robin Quaison and Moussa Dembele sealed a 2-1 win for Al Ettifaq.

Mane lost to former Liverpool team-mate Henderson in the opening match of the Saudi Pro League. PHOTO: MIRROR

Jordan Henderson captained Al Ettifaq in his first game in Saudi Arabia since he left Liverpool last month. It is expected Ronaldo will get well soon when Al Nassr takes on Al Taawoun in the Saudi Pro League 2nd round match on Friday.

Several teams will confidently win the Saudi Pro League this season after a huge investment from the Public Investment Fund (PIF). PIF is under the management of the Saudi government. Al Ittihad are currently the reigning Saudi Pro League champions, while Ronaldo’s Al Nassr finished in second place last season, despite them leading for most of the season.

This season, Ronaldo’s Al Nassr has signed Sadio Mane, Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic from Inter Milan, Ivory Coast midfielder Seko Fofana from Lens and Brazilian defender Alex Telles from MU, among other players. other quality players.

Al Nassr’s competitors also spend heavily thanks to bottomless money from PIF. Al Hilal brought in big signings, including Portuguese midfielder Ruben Neves from Wolves, Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly from Chelsea and Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic from Lazio.

The opponents are all bold, making it harder for Ronaldo’s Al Nassr to win the Saudi Pro League this season. PHOTO: GETTY

Al Hilal is preparing to complete one of the biggest signings of the summer transfer market after agreeing a £86m fee with Paris Saint-Germain to buy Neymar.

Meanwhile, defending champions Al Ittihad also invested significantly in their squad in an attempt to defend the Saudi Pro League title. Ballon d’Or owner Karim Benzema has joined the team from Real Madird, while Fabinho, N’Golo Kante and former Celtic winger Jota also play here.

Several other Saudi Pro League stars joined Al Ahli, including Edouard Mendy, Roberto Firmino, Riyad Mahrez, Allan Saint-Maximim and Franck Kessie. PIF owns 75% of shares in the 4 biggest clubs in Saudi Arabia, Al Nassr, Al Hilal, Al Ittihad and Al Ahli.

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