The management of the Saudi Al-Nasr Club explained the reason for Cristiano Ronaldo making a gesture and movement during his exit from the Al-Nasr and Al-Hilal match in the Riyadh derby, after the accusations leveled at the player by directing a “disgraceful” signal to Al-Hilal fans, after losing Al-Nassr at the hands of Al-Hilal with two free goals, within the 25th round of Roshen Professional League competitions.
A video clip was circulated showing Ronaldo directing an “outside movement” to the Al Hilal fans, who chanted “Messi… Messi” as the player left the stadium, in an attempt to anger him after the match, which sparked a wave of anger and demanded that the Saudi club punish the player.
Al-Nasr Club explained why Cristiano Ronaldo made this move, saying: “Ronaldo suffers from an injury and did not make any offensive move. Cristiano received a strong blow in a very sensitive area.”
And the sports journalist, Muhammad Al-Enezi, stated, according to sources in the board of directors of Al-Nasr Club, during statements to the Saudi “Action with Walid” program with the journalist Walid Al-Faraj: “I have information from the management of Al-Nasr Club that Ronaldo suffers from an injury and did not make any offensive movement. Cristiano received a strong blow.” In a very sensitive area, where he continued to suffer from it, until the final whistle was blown, and I am absolutely sure of this information.”
And he added, confirming his information: “If we saw the circulating video, then his face during his exit was on the ground, until he did not look at the stands.
Al-Nasr’s balance froze at 53 points from 24 matches in second place, three points behind leaders Al-Ittihad, who played 23 matches, while Al-Hilal raised its score to 49 points from 25 matches in fourth place, and Ronaldo did not appear at the required level or lead his team to a positive result during the match.
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