Ronaldo dashes straight down the tunnel in anger after facing an opponent.

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Cristiano Ronaldo Superstar Al-Nasser’s 5th Ballon d’Or Go straight down the tunnel in rage after encountering several rival players during a Saudi game. Professional League last night

     Cristiano Ronaldo argues with opposing players after Al-Nasser’s 0-0 draw with Al Faiha last night. They are second in the Saudi Professional League title race after dropping points for Al Faiha as their rivals Al-Ittihad secured victory over Al-Wah. Da 2-1 gives them a 3 point lead over second place. 

Ronaldo dashes straight down the tunnel in anger after facing an opponent.

         But Ronaldo’s disappointment apparently erupted after the final whistle. The veteran striker acted furious and argued with several opposing players. At the same time, it indicates that the opponent, ranked 11th in the UFABET table, likes to play slow. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner angrily told Al Faiha’s Ali Al-Sagan ‘you don’t want to play’ before walking off the pitch and into the tunnel.

         But this isn’t the first time the 38-year-old has walked off the pitch angrily. In which Ronaldo used to express dissatisfaction with Kicking off a bottle of water and walking off the pitch after his side’s 1-0 defeat to Al-Ittihad in March. during that game Once again, Ronaldo walks abruptly. leaving the field after the fans Taunted him by yelling Lionel Messi’s name, but that wasn’t the first time he’s done so this season either. When a young football fan shouted at Ronaldo in the tunnel: ‘Messi is better’ after beating Al-Batin 3-1

     last Sunday Ronaldo expressed his anger at his opposing players. Command one of the players to zip their mouths. as he walked off the field Team-mate and manager Rui Garcia continued to shake hands with one another, with Al-Nasser and Ronaldo missing the golden opportunity that could have allowed them to win the game on several occasions and to make it difficult for them. The rivalry between them and Al-Ittihad was very odd. 

         After starting life in Saudi Pro League Slowly, the former Manchester United player began to score more goals, netting twice in his side’s 5-0 thrashing of Al Adalh. 10 matches for the Saudi club But even though he tried his best His side are currently second in the league and have just a few games left to beat Al-Ittihad. Coming down from the top of the table to win a domestic title for the first time since leaving Manchester United, they face Al-Hilal on Tuesday, April 11, hoping to score points. Continue to put pressure on al-Ittihad.