Al-Nassr and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo broke another record today despite not being on the score sheet in Al-Nassr's 3-1 win over Al-Batin. Meanwhile, Fans have reacted as the 38-year-old broke the record of becoming the player with the most number of wins in football history.
Ronaldo's football career has been filled with records and today he led his team's attack against Al-Batin and missed a glorious opportunity which made fans bash him. But that doesn't stop him from terrorising the opposition's defence harder which eventually leads to their victory.
Ronzo Lopez scored the opener for Al-Batin before Al-Nassr completed a dramatic comeback at the stoppage time of the game. Abdulrahman Ghareeb scored to draw the game level. Mohammed Al-Fatil then scored to give Al-Nassr the lead for the first time in the game before a goal from Mohammed Maran sealed the 3-1 win.
Ronaldo received an award before the kick-off and it's the best player of the month award for the Saudi Arabian league making him the first player to achieve that feat in four different leagues.
He also went on to become the player with the most wins (755) in football history. Sometimes Ronaldo doesn't score or assist, but he would still leave the game with one record or the other which is what he has done tonight.
Here are the fans' reactions:
￼￼Nevertheless, Ronaldo is a goal-hunter and he will be determined to achieve more goals this season with Al-Nassr. Winning the league title and other domestic cups are part of his objectives.
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