On December 2, Cristiano Ronaldo staged a protest against the Al Hilal Club supporters who were chanting “Messi, Messi, Messi” following Al Hilal’s 3-0 victory over Ronaldo’s team, Al Nassr.
A lawsuit accusing Cristiano Ronaldo of aiding and abetting the Binance cryptocurrency exchange is pending, with the possibility of receiving up to $1 billion in compensation. I’m not sure if this has an impact on his mindset, but in the last two games he’s had for Al Nassr, the well-known Portuguese player None of these are useful.
Cristiano Ronaldo continued to have an incredible night of competition on December 2 in the Saudi Pro League (Saudi Arabia) round 15 encounter against rival club Al Hilal. He had just one opportunity to score, but VAR failed to check and it was disallowed for offside.
Despite having home field advantage and having talents like Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Mitrovic, and Ruben Neves, Al Hilal defeated the opposition 3-0 with a dominant performance. Milinkovic-Savic scored Al Hilal’s first goal in the 64th minute, while Mitrovic added two more in the 89th and 90+2 minutes. With 41 points as opposed to 34 points, this victory puts Al Hilal well ahead of Al Nassr in the Saudi Pro League rankings.
After the game, Al Hilal supporters seized the chance to make fun of Cristiano Ronaldo, yelling “Messi, Messi, Messi” as the well-known player meekly made his way through the tunnel to the locker room.
Al Hilal supporters took advantage of the occasion to make fun of Cristiano Ronaldo.
In the video that Rival Club shared on social media. The supporters continued to yell “Messi, Messi, Messi” as Cristiano Ronaldo spoke briefly with someone manning the tunnel entrance.
“Cristiano Ronaldo was very upset with the loss and was constantly teased by Al Hilal fans,” according to Marca (Spain). Motivate. Every time Al Hilal plays against Al Nassr, these supporters chant “Messi, Messi, Messi” in an attempt to intimidate the well-known Portuguese star.