Cristiano Ronaldo opens up about his ‘great regret’, commits to Al-Nassr with tremendous fervour: ‘will give Al-Nassr twice what I gave in Europe’

Cristiano Ronaldo is currently having the time of his life at Al Nassr. Nearly a year after making his sensational move to Al Nassr, Cristiano Ronaldo continues to deliver phenomenal performances for the club. On Monday, Ronaldo achieved a significant milestone by scoring his 50th goal of the calendar year, playing a crucial role in Al Nassr’s 5-2 victory over rivals Al Shabab

The 5-time Ballon d’Or winner has won only one trophy with Al-Nassr so far, but he is raring to climb much higher with the Saudi Arabian club as he makes ambitious Al-Nassr promise following nomination in World’s Best Player Award.

Cristiano Ronaldo makes massive commitment to Al-Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo notched his 26th goal of the season, contributing to Al-Nassr’s dominant 5-2 victory over rivals Al-Shabab in the Saudi King Cup quarterfinals. Ronaldo scored the fourth goal for his team, securing their spot in the semi-finals. This goal also marked his 50th in the calendar year.

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However, in a pervious match against Al-Riyadh on Friday, Cristiano Ronaldo declaring his commitment to Al Nassr made it clear that he is not retiring anytime soon. In fact, Ronaldo vowed that he will only leave the club after he wins at least five titles with the club.

“I should have arrived at the Al Nasr club earlier and it’s very sad that I couldn’t. However, I’m happy now. I want to perform twice as well for Al Nasr as I did in Europe”. Cristiano Ronaldo expressed that he regretted not making it to the Saudi Pro League sooner.

“I will not retire from football until I achieve more than five championships with Al-Nassr Club. They are the greatest fans in the world. And I will never forget them as long as I live.”

Cristiano Ronaldo secured his first trophy with Al-Nassr in August, clinching the Arab Club Champions Cup. Expressing his commitment to the club, he aims to achieve even greater success in the future.

Ronaldo scores his 50th goal of the calendar year

On Monday, Cristiano Ronaldo reached a milestone by scoring his 50th goal of the calendar year, propelling Al Nassr to a 5-2 triumph over rivals Al Shabab and securing a place in the semifinals of the Saudi King Cup.

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In the 74th minute of the match, Cristiano Ronaldo showcased his goal-scoring prowess by finding the back of the net with a powerful strike, contributing to Al Nassr’s 5-2 victory over Al Shabab.

“Great victory and I’m thrilled to announce my 50th goal in 2023, all thanks to the unwavering support of my teammates, fans, and my family!” Ronaldo wrote on Instagram. “There’s still room for a few more this year.”

“There’s room for more.” This statement came after Cristiano Ronaldo made a serious commitment to Al Nassr, vowing to win four more trophies with the Saudi Arabian club. It is clear beyond doubt that the Portuguese talisman is enjoying his stay in the region.


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