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Video – Cristiano Ronaldo rants at his OWN COACHES as Al-Nassr reality begins to finally set in

During Al-Nassr's 1-0 loss against Al-Wehda in the King Cup of Champions, Al-Nassr forward Cristiano Ronaldo got into a heated argument with his own coaching staff.

Cristiano Ronaldo lost his cool once more and unleashed a furious verbal salvo at Al-Nassr’s coaches after the Saudi team trailed Al-Wehda 1-0 at halftime in the King Cup of Champions semi-final.

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Ronaldo, 38, left Manchester United by mutual consent last year and relocated to the Middle East. While the veteran attacker has scored numerous goals for Al-Nassr, his time at the club has not been without incident.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner got embroiled in a heated post-match brawl after his team was held to a 0-0 draw by Al-Feiha in the Saudi Pro League earlier this month.

And the veteran let go once more on Monday night, with Al-Nassr behind Al-Wehda in the cup. As the two sides walked off the field at halftime, a very disappointed Ronaldo was seen limping towards the bench before violently remonstrating with his own coaching staff.

Even though Al-Wehda were reduced to ten men in the 55th minute after Ronaldo was scythed down by Abdullah Al-Hafith, Ronaldo and co were unable to keep their cup campaign alive.

Al-Nassr are now without a manager following the departure of previous coach Rudi Garcia earlier this month. The Frenchman, who had been in charge for less than a year, resigned by mutual accord with the club in second place in the league.

The club has yet to select Garcia’s replacement, although a number of high-profile individuals have been connected with the position, including AS Roma president Jose Mourinho and former Spain national team manager Luis Enrique. Dinko Jelicic, the club’s previous Under-19 squad manager, is currently in command.

Losing the King Cup of Champions will be a difficult pill to swallow for Ronaldo, who has hit back at critics who have blasted his decision to relocate to the Middle East. The veteran, who won the Champions League and other domestic trophies in England, Spain, and Italy, stated that he had departed Europe to pursue new goals after achieving “everything he set out” to achieve during stints at Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Juventus.

“I am fortunate in that I have won everything I set out to win in European football,” the forward remarked shortly after his lucrative move to Al-Nassr was announced. “I believe that now is the appropriate time to share my experience in Asia.”

“Al-Nassr’s vision is very inspiring and impressive,” he added. I’m looking forward to a new league experience in a new country. I’m eager to get started with my teammates as soon as possible.”


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