Shock moment Cristiano Ronaldo PUSHES opposition coach who asked for selfie after latest Al-Nassr flop dents title hopes | The Sun
CRISTIANO RONALDO appeared to shove an opposition coach away as he left the pitch following Al-Nassr's 1-1 draw with Al-Khaleej last night.
The result put a huge dent in Al-Nassr's title hopes.
Their relegation-threatened visitors took the lead after just four minutes via Fabio Martins.
Former Marseille and Villarreal defender Alvaro Gonzalez equalised for Al-Nassr on 17 minutes.
Ronaldo had a goal disallowed, and his side failed to find a winner against their lowly opponents, falling five points behind leaders Al-Ittihad in the process.
As he left the pitch, the visibly frustrated forward was approached by a member of the opposition's coaching staff and asked for a selfie.
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The moody 38-year-old turned down the odd request, appearing to push the hopeful staff member away.
Ronaldo has scored 12 goals in 13 Saudi Pro League appearances thus far.
Some reports claim that he already wants to leave the Kingdom after just six months, with partner Georgina Rodriguez claimed to be craving a return to Madrid.
According to El Nacional, however, Madrid club president Florentino Perez would only be willing to offer Ronaldo a non-playing role.
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Brazilian legend Rivaldo reckons that the Portuguese star may have been "fooled" by his lucrative contract in Saudi Arabia.
He told Mundo Deportivo: “I understand that sometimes the players are fooled by the big contract they sign in Saudi Arabia, but then life there is more closed and football is not always as easy as expected.
"So, you may be going through a phase of some disappointment and even reflection. If the money you're getting makes up for the not-so-happy life you're living right now.
"It would be good for him and for football to see Cristiano Ronaldo return to Real Madrid to finish his career.
"Of course, the fans have to understand that they cannot demand the same from him as when he was 25 or 26-years-old, but he can still help the club in more conquests."
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