Cristiano Ronaldo's quadruple with Al-Nassar

10 FEB, 2023

By Monu Jha

Cristiano Ronaldo scored a quadruple on Thursday at the ground of Al-Wehda (4-0) in Mecca, a victory that allowed his club Al-Nassr to take the lead in the Saudi Arabian championship after sixteen matches.

Last Friday, the five-time Ballon d'Or scored his first goal in his new colors on a penalty kick in extra time (90+3) to secure a 2-2 draw at Al-Fateh's ground.

Ronaldo had parted ways with Manchester United at the start of the World Cup and signed up for an estimated lump sum of 200 million euros until June 2025.

Cristiano Ronaldo (38) passes the bar of 500 goals (503 now) scored in the Championship during his career (in Portugal, England, Spain, Italy and Saudi Arabia).

In the standings, Al-Nassr rises to first place in the standings tied with Al Shabab (37 points) but with one match less.

To complete his evening, a penalty in the second half (53rd) and a final achievement shortly after the hour mark (61st).

He first opened the scoring with a nice clear shot from the left (20th), before doubling the bet from the right (40th).