Cristiano Ronaldo: The superstar tears apart Saudi opponents with a four-pack | Sports

What a crazy Ronaldo baller show!

On Thursday evening, Ronaldo club Al Nassr beat Al Wehda away, winning 4-0 in the Saudi Professional League.

Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (37) shoots down the host single-handedly in 40 minutes. He celebrates a CRAZY four-goal gala in the fourth game at the Saudi club.

He scored for Al-Nassr for the first time in the 2-2 draw against Al-Fateh. In stoppage time, he converted a penalty to the final score (90+3).

But on Thursday he really gets going:

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21. Minute: Ronaldo colleague Abdulrahman Ghareeb refuels on the left side, serves “CR7” perfectly on the left. He takes the ball and hits the far corner with his left flat. 1-0 to Al Nassr!

With the opening goal, Ronaldo made the 500th goal of his club career and celebrated it with his usual and world-famous jubilation pose.

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But that’s not all.

40. Minute: Midfielder Sami Al Naji passes the ball to Ronaldo. He runs away from everyone. In the end, the superstar coolly pushes the ball into the goal. 2:0!

53. Minute: Wehda professional Waleed Bakshween touches the ball with his hand in the penalty area. Of course he’s not allowed to do that. 911! Ronaldo adjusts the ball and hits it flat in the left corner. 3:0!

This makes the HATTRICK perfect.

Crazy! For the past 14 years, the superstar has managed a hat-trick at least once a year.

61. Minute: One is still going. Ronaldo only fails at the keeper from a short distance. In the margin, he still puts the ball in.

The four pack is perfect. Overall, the Ronaldo show was the Portuguese superstar’s 31st hat-trick after turning 30.

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With the 4-0 win, the Ronaldo club is now the leader again with 37 points.

However, the distance to Ronaldo hunter Al-Shabab Club is only a measly five goals. Al Nassr takes on fifth-placed Al-Taawoun FC on Friday (17 February, 4 p.m.).


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