For Al Nasr in all competitions, Ronaldo went three games without scoring. His second encounter with Ava came after migrating to Saudi Arabia.
Cristiano Ronaldo lost his cool after his team lost the previous game and kicked some plastic bottles. The Portuguese star lost emotional control once more after a few days. He became angry throughout the game this time in response to the referee’s ruling and was given a yellow card.
Tuesday’s quarterfinal round of the Saudi King’s Cup saw Al Nasr overcome Ava 3-1. Ronaldo qualified for the tournament’s semi-finals with this victory. The forward, who was dissatisfied with his individual efforts, was 38 years old, yet he failed to score.
Sami Al Najei and Abdullah Alkhaibari’s goals at home field Morsul Park gave Al Nasr the lead in the first half. Soon after the halftime, Mohamed Maran widened the lead. At the conclusion of the second half, Abdel Fattah Adam scored a consolation goal for Avar.
After the final horn at the conclusion of the first half, Ronaldo received a yellow card. In the third minute of extra time, Al Nasr launched a counterattack with a 2-0 advantage. Former Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Juventus player Ronaldo was in possession of the ball. But the referee sounded the whistle as soon as he entered his own half, close to middle.
Ronaldo instantly expressed his extreme disagreement with such choice. He grabbed the ball and booted it forcefully. He was spotted speaking and waving his hand at that point. His body language made his wrath clear. Andris Treimanis, a Latvian referee, did not tolerate this behavior. He issued Ronaldo a warning.
For Al Nasr in all competitions, Ronaldo went three games without scoring. His second encounter with Ava came after migrating to Saudi Arabia. In the 87th minute of the game, Anderson Taliska took his position. In the previous eight games, he participated at full strength.