Ronaldo’s first trophy was obtained while playing for Al-Nassr.
Al-Nassr defeated Al-Hilal 2-1 while playing with ten men to win the inaugural Arab Club Champions Cup. Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice in the victory.
In order to force extra time, the Portuguese talisman scored an equaliser in the 74th minute.
He then scored the game-winning goal in the 98th minute.
Despite having only 10 players left when Al-Nassr faced Al-Hilal, Ronaldo displayed outstanding leadership.
An overview of the game:
Michael scored the first goal in the 51st minute, capping off a cagey first half.
In the 71st minute, Abdulejah Al-Amri was dismissed for a strong tackle on Malcolm.
However, Ronaldo equalised three minutes later following a superb cross from Sultan Al-Ghannam.
Ronaldo netted a header off the rebound to win the game in overtime.
Prior to joining Al-Nassr Sporting, 30 club accolades included the Portuguese Super Cup.
Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, FA Community Shield, and UEFA Champions League victories for Manchester United. Club World Cup of FIFA (1)
Real Madrid: UEFA Champions League (4), UEFA Super Cup (2), FIFA Club World Cup (3), La Liga (2), Copa del Rey (2), Supercopa de Espana (2),
Juventus: Supercoppa Italiana (2), Serie A (2), and Coppa Italia (1)
Ronaldo wins the competition with the most goals scored.
The 38-year-old talisman scored six goals to win the 2023 Arab Club Champions Cup and prove that he is still in great shape. Prior to the championship game, he scored just once in the previous four games. With three goals, Karim Benzema came in second.
721 club goals in CR7’s career
Ronaldo played 31 times for Sporting and scored five goals. In 292 games during his first stint with Manchester United, he scored 118 goals.
He joined Real in 2009 and scored 450 goals in 438 games overall.
He played 134 games and scored 101 goals for Juventus. In 54 games for United Next, he scored 27 goals, and he now has 20 for Al-Nassr.
123 goals and 33 career awards for Portugal
Ronaldo has earned 31 accolades during his club career and two major championships with Portugal. He won the 2018–19 UEFA Nations League as well as the 2016 European Championships. With 123 goals from 200 games, he leads all male international football goal scorers.