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Nuno Espirito Santo’s Al-Ittihad Win The Saudi Pro League Ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr

Former Wolves and Tottenham manager, Nuno Espirito Santos, has led Al-Ittihad to their first Saudi Pro League title in nine years at the expense of Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr. The Saudi Pro League title race was a two-horse between Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr and Al-Ittihad. With a game left to the end of the season, Al-Nassr surrendered […]

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Lionel Messi Has Been Offered A Huge Saudi Arabia Transfer Deal two times Higher Than Ronaldo’s Wages

Lionel Messi of PSG has reportedly been offered £350million a year to join Al Hilal SFC after his contract expires in June. The wages which has been offered by the Saudi Arabia club will double that which Al Nassr offered Cristiano Ronaldo which amounted to £173m-a-year. As reported by sports guru Fabrizio Romano, the Saudi […]

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Cristiano Ronaldo Scores Freekick As Al Nassr Beat Abha 2-1

Cristiano Ronaldo scored a spectacular and amazing free kick to give Al-Nassr a vital 2-1 victory over Abha on Saturday. Al-Nassr was seeking to keep up with Al-Ittihad, who defeated Ronaldo’s team 1-0 the previous week and currently leads the Saudi Pro League. Al-Ittihad destroyed Al-Fateh 5-1 earlier on Saturday, and Al-Nassr was trailing 1-0 […]

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Cristiano Ronaldo Escapes Injury After Attack From Pitch Invader

Cristiano Ronaldo averted injury by leaping out of the way of a pitch invader who stumbled and nearly knocked him out. The 38-year-old joined Al-Nassr on a free transfer in the latter part of last year and is currently performing well. For the Saudi Arabian team, Ronaldo has five goals and two assists in four […]

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Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks More Record As He Scores Four Goals For Al Nassr

Cristiano Ronaldo scored four goals to reach the milestone of 500 league goals in his career as Al Nassr defeated Al Wehda 4-0 on Thursday night. The forward from Portugal, who turned 38 on Sunday, scored twice in a 40-minute span on either side of halftime. For five different clubs in five different leagues, he […]

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