Cristiano Ronaldo delivered an astonishing assist from his own half, which led to Al-Nassr taking the lead against Al-Taawoun in their recent match on Friday. The 37-year-old football superstar, who currently plays in the Saudi Pro League, received the ball inside his own half and then made a fantastic sweeping pass to his teammate, which penetrated the opposing team’s defence.
Abdulrahman Ghareeb then finished the move calmly, putting Al-Nassr in front in the 17th minute. Ronaldo didn’t stop there; he went on to provide another assist later in the game, which led to a 2-1 victory for his team.
Although Ronaldo had already scored five goals in his previous four games, including four goals in the last match, this was his first assist for Al-Nassr. Furthermore, he added to his tally by providing another assist, setting up Abdullah Madu for the 78th-minute winner.
After this game, Al-Nassr’s next Saudi Pro League fixture is away to Damak on 25 February. As for Ronaldo, it remains to be seen what’s next for him, but one thing is for sure – his incredible performances continue to amaze and entertain football fans around the world.