Cristiano Ronaldo all 4 objectives in Al-Nassr’s 4-0 win over Al Wehda© AFP
Cristiano Ronaldo scored all of Al Nassr’s objectives in a 4-0 rout of Al Wehda within the Saudi league on Thursday as he handed the five hundred league objective mark in his membership profession. The 38-year-old Portuguese star now has 503 objectives scored for 5 totally different groups stretched throughout 5 leagues. He hit three for Sporting Lisbon in his fledgling profession, 103 for Manchester United over two spells, 311 for Actual Madrid and 81 at Juventus. Ronaldo now has 5 for Al Nassr who he joined after the World Cup following his bitter divorce from United.
On Thursday, he hit the five hundred mark within the twenty first minute with a left-footed strike.
He made it 2-0 together with his proper foot simply earlier than the interval earlier than his hat-trick arrived from the penalty spot eight minutes into the second half.
It was his 61st profession hat-trick.
He added a fourth simply after the hour mark when he was first to a rebound.
All 4 of Ronaldo’s objectives for Al Nassr right now pic.twitter.com/xqSgJ8XTSj
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Ronaldo had opened his account for his new employers final Friday with a stoppage-time penalty in a 2-2 away draw towards Al Fateh.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner, who holds the all-time information for Champions League and worldwide objectives, is banking greater than 400 million euros for his shock transfer to Saudi, in accordance with sources near Al Nassr.
The large sum consists of 200 million euros for selling Saudi Arabia’s anticipated joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup, the sources advised AFP.
Ronaldo has change into a figurehead for the conservative kingdom’s push to enhance its status by sports activities — a course of that has drawn accusations of “sportswashing”, or making an attempt to sanitise its human rights report.
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