Cristiano Ronaldo hits landmark career goal as he scores FOUR for Al-Nassr – but fans all say the same thing
CRISTIANO RONALDO hit another landmark in career league goals after scoring FOUR for new side Al-Nassr.
The 38-year-old netted a first half brace against Al-Wehda.
His first came in the 21st minute, firing low past Al-Wehda goalkeeper Abdulquddus Atiah.
Ronaldo was played through on goal for his second and placed his shot through the keeper’s legs.
Shortly after the restart, Ronaldo completed his hat-trick – his first for Al-Nassr.
CR7 scored a trademark penalty.
A fourth followed less than ten minutes later, tapping home after his original shot was saved.
His four strikes also tipped him over the 500 league goal landmark.
But CR7’s milestone goals have fans all saying the same thing: Any decent keeper saves his shots.
One said on Twitter: “See how hard he’s celebrating in a low league as if he’s scored in a World Cup final.”
Another tweeted: “Goalkeeper making it look difficult.”
A third said: “That keeper gifted him a brace.”
Other fans also noticed Ronaldo’s over the top celebration in what they call a “low league”.
Ronaldo’s four strikes added to the one he already had for Al-Nassr, taking his season total to five goals in three games.