While Al Nassr won without Ronaldo in Arabia, what Cristiano was doing during the match

Cristiano Ronaldo was unable to play this match due to his suspension

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrating one of his goals in an Al Nassr shirt

Cristiano Ronaldo was interacting with his millions of followers through his new broadcast channel on the Instagram platform, this prior to the match of his team Al-Nassr against Al-Feiha, which his teammates ended up winning by a score of 3 goals to 1. In his broadcast channel, the Portuguese star asked the 5 million followers he has on this new platform "Hi, everyone! Where are you in the world?", a comment that generated 1.6 million interactions.

In that sense, it is worth remembering that Cristiano Ronaldo is currently the celebrity with the largest number of followers on Instagram, as his official profile has 628 million followers. However, CR7 could not be present at his team's last game, as let's remember that he was sent off one game earlier and, as punishment, he received a two-match suspension, as well as a fine of 5,300 dollars.

The financial fine does not really represent a problem for the former Real Madrid striker, since according to the portal Salary Sport, Cristiano Ronaldo is currently the highest paid soccer player in the world, as he receives an annual salary of 180.9 million euros. However, the sporting sanction was a subject of much more controversy, since for the Referees Committee his actions constituted a "disgraceful" act.

In that sense, Cristiano Ronaldo will be able to return to play until the match against Al-Khaleej. His team, Al-Nassr, is currently second in the Saudi Pro League, but they are nine points behind Al-Hilal, Neymar's team. Even so, although his chances of winning the title seem slim due to the large points difference, Cristiano Ronaldo is shaping up to be the top scorer of the competition, with 29 goals in just 25 games played. He has also dished out 10 assists.

Could Cristiano Ronaldo leave Saudi Arabia?

After this recent incident and others that have affected Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabian soccer, several reports claim that the Portuguese would not intend to renew his contract in 2025. Everything points to the fact that he will retire after the 2026 World Cup, reason why, there would be the option of migrating to the MLS where it is said that there would even be possibilities of joining Lionel Messi in Inter Miami, or return to Portugal to play with a club of his native country.

It is worth mentioning that at the end of Al Nassr's match against Al Feiha, Cristiano Ronaldo was very attentive to his team and sent a message to his teammates, congratulating them on their victory. "Well done, team".

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