While traveling to Iran with his club Al-Nassr to face Persepolis in the AFC Champions League, Cristiano Ronaldo caused a riot on Monday at a hotel located in Tehran, with dozens of fans storming the doors of the establishment to try to see the Portuguese striker.
Cristiano Ronaldo still unleashes crowds. Currently in Iran, where Al-Nasr Club is preparing to face Persepolis on Tuesday in the AFC Champions League, the Portuguese striker is causing a real riot. Dozens of supporters gathered in front of a hotel in Tehran, where the five-time Ballon d’Or winner stays with his team.
They were able to forcefully break into the doors of the institution, chanting Cristiano Ronaldo’s name in an attempt to see the Portuguese star. But the police finally intervened and pushed many supporters out of the hotel.
Cristiano Ronaldo, winner of the UEFA Champions League (European) five times, with Manchester United (2008) and Real Madrid (2014, 2016, 2017, 2018), who has seven goals and four assists in five matches in the Saudi Professional League, will discover the AFC Champions League, Al-Nasr is in Group E with Persepolis, as well as Al-Duhail (Qatar) and Istiklal Dushanbe (Tajikistan).