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Cristiano Ronaldo storms down the tunnel after getting involved in altercation following Al Nassr draw

Nasir Jabbar

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Cristiano Ronaldo storms down the tunnel after getting involved in altercation following Al Nassr draw

Cristiano Ronaldo stormed down the tunnel after he got into an altercation following Al Nassr's draw at Al Feiha.

Ronaldo failed to score as his side drew 0-0 against Al Feiha in their latest Saudi Pro League fixture, leaving them three points behind league leaders Al Ittihad.

The draw clearly frustrated the 38-year-old, who cut an angry figure following the full-time whistle on Sunday.

He appeared to clash with an Al Feiha player and could be heard shouting: "You don’t want to play, huh?!"

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Ronaldo continued to exchange words before trudging off the pitch and down the tunnel.

It's a far cry from his emotions in their last game, having scored a brace in his side's 5-0 victory at Al Adalah.

But he was unable to get on the score-sheet as his team had to settle for the point against Al Feiha.

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The former Manchester United superstar has chipped in with 11 goals in all competitions since his move to The Middle East.

He left Old Trafford after giving a controversial interview, with the Red Devils snapping up Wout Weghorst until the end of the season.

And Gary Neville believes the Dutchman has brought 'more profit' to Man United than Ronaldo.

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"Weghorst has 12 wins, four draws, three defeats, he has only scored two goals but the team has scored 37 goals, with Ronaldo it was 19 starts, they won three less games, drawn three, lost four more with him in the team, he scored 11 but the team itself only scored 23, they are massive differences," he said on Sky Sports.

"It is the strangeness of football is having a player who isn't good enough to be a Manchester United forward but has brought more profit to the team. I believe he (Ronaldo) is the greatest player of all time."

Featured Image Credit: Sky Sports

Topics: Cristiano Ronaldo, Football, Al Nassr

Nasir Jabbar
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