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Al Wehda striker Jean-David Bogal, a Frenchman, has revealed scenes of the shocking situation with Portuguese star Al Nasr striker Cristiano Ronaldo after the meeting between them in the semi-finals of the Saudi King’s Cup.

Bogal led the Al Wahda club to thwart victory by beating them at his own home with a goal scored by the French striker himself 23 minutes into the first half of the meeting that brought them together last Monday at the Marsoul Park Stadium.

The Al Wehda club set a date for the final match against the Al Hilal team, which in turn ousted the Al Ittihad Jeddah club.

The unit that cannot be defeated conqueror ????
He qualified from the first park ????????️#الNasr _ One#most_most_precious_cupsrice.twitter.com/yGOkJm1ntk

– Saudi Al Wahda Club (@alwehdaclub1) April 24, 2023

“Ronaldo disappointed me. At the end of the match, I told him that I admired him very much and asked for his shirt,” said Jean-David Bogal on the air of the French channel L’Equipe.

The French striker added: “But Ronaldo shook my hand without looking at me and answered me in a very insulting and terrible tone.”

The 31-year-old said: “I was a little surprised by Ronaldo’s behavior, although I fully understand his disappointment after his team lost the match. He was very angry and wouldn’t stop yelling at his teammates.”

Cristiano Ronaldo, 38, has made a splash lately after failing to quickly increase his goals as he missed the net in Al-Nasr’s last three games against Al-Hilal, Al- Hilal.” Fayhaa and Al Wahda, so that the Al Alama team lost in two matches and drew in one, scoring 11 goals in 11 matches in the Saudi Arabian League.

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