Ronaldo’s goal helps Al-Nasr win the Champions League match 23:20

Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nasr defeated Tajikistan’s Istiklol in the AFC Champions League group stage match.

The match held in Saudi Arabia ended with a score of 3:1.

Anderson Talisca scored a double for the winners and Cristiano Ronaldo scored another.

Istikol’s head coach, Russian Igor Cherevchenko, could not attend the match due to family reasons.

On September 16, La Gazzetta dello Sport reported that Ronaldo had decided to sue Turin’s Juventus over unpaid wages.

It was noted that Ronaldo made a secret agreement with Juventus that allowed the Turin club to postpone salary payments during the Covid-19 outbreak. The Italians need to transfer another 19.9 million euros to Ronaldo. It was promised that this payment would be made if the Portuguese left.

The Portuguese transferred to Al-Nasr on January 2, 2023. According to his contract with the club, he will receive 200 million euros annually. It was reported that the Portuguese and his family were also given additional bonuses.

Ronaldo’s first goal Brought to Al-Nasr fifth consecutive victory.

Source: Gazeta


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