Cristiano Ronaldo is furious and angry after defeating Al-Nassr

The 38-year-old Portuguese star, Cristiano Ronaldo, was chastised by the fans and angry after his team, Al-Nassr, lost 1-0 at Al-Ittihad on Thursday in the Saudi Professional League.

Angry, Cristiano Ronaldo came out of the tunnel to throw water bottles on his way after the defeat (0-1) for his Al-Nassr team at Al-Ittihad, in the shock of the Saudi Professional League, Thursday. This defeat marked the second consecutive match in which CR7 (38), who lined up at the front of the attack, could not find the net.

Al-Ittihad goalkeeper blocked a powerful shot from the Portuguese star in stoppage time. It was the Brazilian Romarinho who scored the only goal in the match in the 80th minute. With this defeat, Al-Nassr cedes first place in the provisional standings to its rivals on Thursday, who are now a point ahead of the team coached by Rudi Garcia.

He chanted Messi’s name“We are disappointed with the result, but we are still focused on our season and the upcoming matches. Thank you Al Nasr supporters for your support, we know we can count on you.”the Portuguese said on Twitter after the meeting.

Al Ittihad fans – 57,244 spectators attended the match, under the exceptional management of Spain’s Mateo Lahoz – jeered Ronaldo throughout the game, repeatedly chanting the name of his old Argentine rival, Lionel Messi.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who has scored eight goals in seven league games this season, took off his captain’s armband before leaving the field and appeared ready to throw it away before regaining his composure. He saluted the victory fans before leaving the stadium.

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