Cristiano Ronaldo’s Heartbreak: Defeats Still Affect Him Even After 20 Years in Professional Football

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Heartbreak: Defeats Still Affect Him Even After 20 Years in Professional Football

Even after more than 20 years in professional football, defeats still affect him!

Cristiano Ronaldo (39) and his club Al-Nassr lost the final of the Saudi Arabian Cup. In the final they were defeated by Al-Hilal. This means that Ronaldo remains titleless this year.

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What was particularly bitter was that after a long battle, the defeat came in the penalty shootout. The final score after the penalties was 5:4 for Al-Hilal. Ronaldo, who was able to convert his penalty, collapsed on the pitch immediately after the last missed shot and began to cry uncontrollably.

His teammates had to console him and hold him in their arms as they left the pitch. Al-Hilal won the trophy for the eleventh time.

Ronaldo was extremely frustrated after the game

Foto: Stringer/REUTERS

After the game, the spectators also provoked Ronaldo. When the Portuguese player collected his silver medal, the fans in the stadium suddenly started chanting “Messi”. Lionel Messi was Ronaldo’s biggest rival during his career. The two players fought for the title of “best player in the world” for years. The fans’ chants were obviously intended as a mockery.

Ronaldo has not been granted a title in Saudi Arabia this season. His team lost the championship to Al-Hilal and also lost the Saudi Super Cup in April, also on penalties. Ronaldo’s frustration is understandable.

In Jeddah, fans saw a heated match. After 90 minutes, the score was 1:1. There were three sendings off in regular time, two for Al-Hilal and one for Al-Nassr. Despite this advantage, the game remained goalless in extra time and had to be decided on penalties. With a worse outcome for Ronaldo’s team.

This means that the five-time world footballer misses out on the big success this season!

2024-06-01 14:35:34
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