La Liga Sports TV announced that it will broadcast all Al-Nassr games. Al Nassr has been awash with news about Cristiano Cristiano arriving in Saudi Arabia.
It is possible that his former club, Al-Nassr , where he spent some of his best years, has something to do the broadcasting approvals for Al Nassr . Despite the arrival of Cristiano, the club still remains mediocre, having crashed out of Saudi Cup competitions, and placed second in Saudi Pro League, despite having a game left.
Al Nassr, the Saudi League’s top club in terms of social media interactions generated by the Portuguese star, has benefited from the Portuguese star. The Riyadh club reached 150 millions interactions. This is an impressive achievement for the Arab team, and has taken them above Manchester United since Ronaldo’s arrival.
Al Nassr has seen a dramatic increase in its social media presence since the arrival of the Portuguese player. The club ranked third on Twitter with 12.5 million interactions behind only Barcelona, and Galatasaray. Al Nassr is also in fifth place on Instagram for the growth of followers. The club’s TikTok posts received a staggering 166,000,000 views.
Cristiano Ronaldo lashes out at referee for denying penalty to Al-Nassr in Al-Raed match
Cristiano Ronaldo lost his cool after being denied a penalty in Al-Nassr’s 4-0 victory over Al-Raed. Ronaldo was angry with the referee who presided over the match between Al-Nassr vs Al-Raed. He refused to award a penalty for the side of the five-time Ballon d’Or winners. Ronaldo was knocked down by an rash sliding tackle in the box. However, the referee ignored his appeals.
It is not the first instance that he has expressed his frustration on the pitch. After a few indifferent weeks, Al-Nassr’s pursuit of silverware fell apart. This led to a board level change for the club. The referee’s refusal to award a penalty that many would have considered clear did not affect the outcome of the match. Al-Nassr won 4-0.
Ronaldo, who had scored after just four minutes, was not able to complete his brace. Al-Nassr has five matches left in the season and will hope to rely on both their captain and their main player to score points.