The leadership of the Saudi club “Al-Nasr” sought to quickly respond to the allegations made against the Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo, sending a “shameful” signal to the fans of “Al-Hilal”.
Al-Hilal were defeated by Al-Nasr with two free goals in the match, which took place between them on Tuesday in the 25th round of the Roshen Professional League competition.
The board of directors of the Saudi club came to the defense of the star of the team: “Ronaldo was injured and did not make any attacking movements. Cristiano got hit hard in a very sensitive area.”
A video clip has been circulated showing Ronaldo directing an “outward movement” to Al Hilal fans cheering on “Messi… Messi” in the stands in an attempt to provoke his anger after the match as he left the King. Fahd International. He caused a wave of anger and they demanded that the Saudi club punish the player.
And sports journalist Muhammad Al-Enezi, citing sources on the board of directors of the Al-Nasr club that the accusations against Ronaldo were incorrect, during his speeches in the Action with Walid program with journalist Walid Al-Faraj.
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Al Enesi said in statements: “I have information from Al Nasr Club management that Ronaldo was injured and did not make any offensive moves. Cristiano received a strong blow to a very sensitive area, where he continued to suffer. from him until the final whistle blew, and I am absolutely sure of this information.
And he added: “If we saw the video circulating, his face was on the ground during the exit, while he was not looking at the stands. Ronaldo is a great player and that’s not my opinion, but the player is known to be injured and as far as the public’s explanation goes, he’s comfortable.”
Ronaldo didn’t perform as expected in the Riyadh derby as he didn’t score or assist.
Al-Nasr’s balance sheet froze at 53 points in 24 matches, in second place, three points behind leaders Al Ittihad, who played 23 matches, while Al-Hilal extended his lead to 49 points in 25 matches in fourth place.
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