Cristiano Ronaldo netted two goals, propelling Al-Nassr to their inaugural Arab Club Champions Cup victory, even though they ended the match with only nine players following extra time.

At 38 years old, the Portuguese forward played a crucial role in Al-Nassr’s comeback victory over Saudi rival Al-Hilal, securing a 2-1 win.

Ronaldo initially nullified Michael’s opening goal and later scored again during extra time, clinching his first trophy since joining the team.

Unfortunately, he was taken off the field due to an injury from a collision, just five minutes before his team’s Saudi Pro League opener against Steven Gerrard’s Al-Ettifaq.

Having transferred to the Saudi Pro League from Real Madrid, Manchester United, and Juventus in December, Ronaldo’s presence helped Al-Nassr secure a runner-up position in the previous season.

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By Chinedu

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