British Journalist Piers Morgan has reacted after Portugal national team captain Cristiano Ronaldo scored a stunning freekick goal for Al Nassr football club, in their remarkable 2-1 comeback victory over Abha football club on Saturday night.
Cristiano Ronaldo was outstanding for Al Nassr football club against Abha football club, and he was able to contribute his quota to the team's well deserved victory over their opponent.
The former Juventus football club star was given a captain hand band by his coach, and he was able to score one of his team's two goals of the game.
Goals from Cristiano Ronaldo and Brazilian star Anderson Talisca gave Al Nassr football club a well deserved comeback victory, despite the fact that Saudi Arabia national team star Abdulfattah Adam scored a goal for Abha football club.
Cristiano Ronaldo was outstanding for Al Nassr football club in the game and he was able to mark his excellent performance with a stunning freekick goal.
The goal against Abha football club has now marked Cristiano Ronaldo's 9th League goal of the season for Al Nassr football club in the Saudi Arabia Pro League.
The second half freekick goal has now marked the 59th career freekick goal of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Reacting after Cristiano Ronaldo scored a classic freekick goal, Piers Morgan posted on his verified Twitter handle that;
"GOATs never lose it."
The five times Ballon D'or award winner will now be looking forward to continuing his impressive performance for the club when they play their next game after the international break.
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