Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick for Al-Nassr in their 6-0 demolition of Al-Wehda in the Saudi Professional League but refused to take the match ball home....CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

The veteran continued his fine form this season, making it 32 leagueeven though his team are most likely not winning the title, with Al-Hilal in pole position.

Per, it was the 66th hat-trick of Ronaldo’s professional career and the 10th time he has netted a perfect one: right foot, left foot, and a header.

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Per footage circulating on, did not go home with the match ball as is customary for hat-trick scorers, despite netting the three goals against Al-Wehda.

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The footage shows him asking referee, Sultan Al Harbi, to sign his match ball, which he refused. The Portuguese then hands it over to the administrative staff and walks away.

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From the video, it appears Ronaldo had rejected the ball because the referee refused to sign it, with no reason being given for the five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s actions.

The 39-year-old shared a message on histo the, posting five pictures captioned, ‘Feeling great, thanks team and fans!’. None of the images showed him holding the match ball.

The formerforward is on course to set the record for most goals scored in a single Saudi Pro League season. He is two shy of breaking Abderrazak Hamdallah’s record of 34 goals, set in the 2018/19 season.

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Sports Brief also previously reported onof respect and safety, which has helped the family settle in the country.

Katie Aveiro, who moved to the Middle East when her brother transferred to the league and has adapted seamlessly, claimed no one disrespects them in Riyadh..CONTINUE READING>>

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