ALN 3:1 ALB: How Ronaldo’s Poor Outing Today Shows His Irrelevance When He Isn’t Scoring Goals.


Al Nassr were back in action in the Saudi Pro League today when they hosted Al-Batin at the King Saud University Stadium. The home side maintained their good run of performances in the competition as they comfortably defeated Al-Batin 3-1 thanks to late goals from Abdulrahman Ghareeb, Mohammed Maran, and Mohammed Al-Fatil.



Well, Cristiano Ronaldo retained his usual striking position for Al Nassr in today’s match but he failed to carry on with his impressive performances against Al-Batin. The Portuguese International struggled to have a valid impact on Al Nassr’s performance in the game as he carried very little threat offensively against Al-Batin. The 38-year-old was also guilty of squandering a big goalscoring opportunity in the match which nearly affected Al Nassr’s chances of claiming the win.


Well, It seems Cristiano Ronaldo’s poor outing in this game shows his irrelevance when he isn’t scoring goals for Al Nassr. It has become a norm for the Portuguese International to underperform in games each time he doesn’t score a goal for his team. This game clearly explains Cristiano Ronaldo’s irrelevance in the Al Nassr team when he fails to find the back of the opposition’s net. The Portuguese International needs to learn to create chances for his teammates when he isn’t able to score goals in a match.

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