The ‘deep’ reason behind Ronaldo’s actions with the referee after destrоying the rival

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr career flourished after the former Manchester United striker scored four goals in the home team’s 4-0 win over Al Wehda in the Saudi Pro League.

Al Nassr was awarded a penalty by the referee and thanks to that Ronaldo scored a hat-trick for Al Nassr before scoring the fourth. After the final whistle sounded, CR7 went to the referee for an autograph on the ball that helped him have 4 landmark goals in Saudi Arabia.

Ronaldo has a super performance in the shirt of Al Nassr.

After a forgettable start in Saudi Arabia, Cristiano Ronaldo’s career at Al Nassr has еxploded. The 38-year-old Portuguese superstar has only scored one goal in his first three matches for Al Nassr and that goal came from the penalty spot in the last minute of a 2-2 draw with Al Fateh.

With a 2.5-year contract and a world record salary of 173 million pounds/year at Al Nassr, it is expected that Ronaldo will dominate in a tournament much weaker than Europe, even if CR7 is entering the final stage of his career.

But early signs suggest that’s not happening, with Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr team-mate Anderson Talisca receiving much praise for rescuing Al Nassr multiple times, not Ronaldo.

However, that all changed at dawn this morning (February 10), with the Portuguese striker scoring all four beautiful goals to help Al Nassr “dеstroy” Al Wehda, in a match where Talisca was absent. for suspension. Ronaldo’s side needed a win to return to the top of the Saudi Pro League and achieved it with a convincing 4-0 victory.

Ronaldo scored the third on the penalty spot.

Al Nassr quickly asserted their dominance against the home team with Ronaldo’s opening goal in the 21st minute, which was well deserved. The situation of finishing close to the corner of the goal is Ronaldo’s historic goal. It was the 500th goal of CR7’s career at club level.

But clearly Ronaldo did not rest on the victory when he continued to break the offside trap and then scored a goal to make it 2-0 before the end of the first half.

No longer showing disappointment, Ronaldo smiled brightly as he entered the tunnel during halftime. And everything turned perfect when Ronaldo completed his 61st career hat-trick with a goal from the penalty spot.

Cristiano Ronaldo had a chance to score a hat-trick after referee Sultan Al-Harbi checked the screen to determine if a penalty was awarded to Al Nassr. And when he returned to the field, the referee had no choice but to point his finger at the 11m mark, from which Ronaldo made no mistakes.

After that, Ronaldo completed his poker after two consecutive shots that sent goalkeeper Abdulquddus Atiah into the net to pick up the ball. Ronaldo’s final goal was only disallowed after a long period of VAR checks to see if he was offside.

Ronaldo asked for the referee’s signature on the ball to help him get his 61st career hat-trick.

Ronaldo was once denied a goal for offside in Al Nassr’s match, but this match, Ronaldo “overcame” VAR in all situations. After the final whistle and hat-trick (Ronaldo scored) for the 61st time in his career, Ronaldo approached the referee to ask for an autograph.

Accordingly, Ronaldo went straight to the referee Sultan Al-Harbi to ask for an autograph on the ball, Ronaldo himself also signed his name on the ball. Ronaldo often does so every time he makes history with his goals.

Previously, Ronaldo gave the “60th” ball to his former Manchester United team-mate Alejandro Garnacho. Ronaldo scored his 60th hat-trick when he scored three goals in MU’s win over Norwich City.

But instead of keeping that commemorative ball, Ronaldo gave it to young Garnacho, who always considered Ronaldo an idol, instead of his fellow Argentine Lionel Messi. During his time at MU, Ronaldo gave many compliments to Garnacho.

Ronaldo gave the ball with which he scored his 60th hat-trick to Garnacho.

Cristiano Ronaldo said: “Alejandro Garnacho has been training with us for the past two weeks and he is one of the most promising players. Garnacho is only 17 years old, but if he keeps his feet on the ground, he will not only sit on the bench but also play for this club.”

Cristiano Ronaldo’s prediction has been proven correct, with Alejandro Garnacho constantly shining and being regularly given the opportunity by Manchester United coach Erik Ten Hag to play at Old Trafford.