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Cristiano Ronaldo mocked by former Al Nassr player for his celebration against Al Raed

Cristiano Ronaldo mocked by former Al Nassr player for his celebration against Al Raed

Ronaldo scored in a 4-0 win for Al Nassr at the weekend, but one of the Saudi Pro League side's former players wasn't impressed.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been mocked and call out over his goal celebration at the weekend, by a former Al Nassir star, amidst rumours he could leave the club already.

It has certainly been a mixed bag for Ronaldo since he swapped Manchester United for Al Nassr in the Saudi Pro League at the beginning of the year.

He's certainly had his moments of glory, scoring a brilliant free-kick last month and showing his selfless side, by allowing a teammate the chance to take a penalty to continue their pursuit of the league's Golden Boot.

But in recent weeks, the praise has been turned into criticism and the highs, more often than not for the 38-year-old, have been turned into lows.

He was trolled by one of his club's rivals recently, after going goalless in a game and exchanging some strong words at full time with one of their players.

Al Nassr's manager, Rudi Garcia, was then sacked, as their chances of lifting the title soon faded, and Ronaldo was seen to be making an obscene gesture at the end of another game.

On the weekend, the five time Ballon d'Or winner at least got back in the scoring habit, as the team beat Al Read 4-0, with Ronaldo getting the opener.

However, his goal celebration has been ripped apart by Adrian Mierzejewski, who used to play for Al Nassr, with the Henan midfielder saying, "That moment when you lost the Supercup, you were eliminated in the semi-final of the King Cup of Champions, you lost the derby to Hilal which means no championship 99% but you scored against Al Raed and your team won 4-0."

Ronaldo and his teammates were knocked out of the cup at the end of April by Al Wheda, another game the former United star failed to score in.

Their opponents were even down to 10 men for a majority of the second half, with the result all but ending the side's chances of silverware this season.

There is just five games of the league campaign left, with the club three points behind top of the table Al Ittihad, who also have a game in hand.

All the bad news for Real Madrid's all time top goalscorer comes when he is being linked with the exit door in the Middle East, just months after moving there.

According to one report, he is ready to leave Saudi Arabia and move back to Real, although it would be as an ambassador rather than in a playing role.

It would be a hell of a turnaround, just months after ending his time at the top of the game in Europe, but still only just over a year to go until Euro 2024.

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Topics: Football, Cristiano Ronaldo, Al Nassr, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Pro League