Goat enraged! After losing his composure, Cristiano Ronaldo yells at the referee, telling him to “wake up,” and then pushes a fan who was attempting to snap a selfie with him.
During Al-Nassr’s 4-2 victory over Shabab Al-Ahli Dubai, a disgruntled Cristiano Ronaldo appeared to tell the official to “wake up.”
To proceed to the Asian Champions League group stage, his club overturned a 2-1 deficit. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner assisted Marcelo Brozovic on his team’s fourth goal despite not scoring himself.
Other times, Ronaldo displayed signs of annoyance, shouting with the referees after his team’s repeated requests for penalties were turned down.After being observed yelling at the referee and gesturing “wake up” with his arms, the 38-year-old strolled confidently away.
In a subsequent video, he can be seen boldly leaving the field while shoving a man who was attempting to take a selfie with the former Real Madrid and Manchester United player.Ronaldo’s club is off to a bad start in the Saudi Pro League after losing their first two games to Al-Ettifaq and Al-Taawon.
The five-time Champions League winner has struggled since moving to the Middle East, despite the fact that he has scored 20 goals in 27 appearances for the Saudi team across all competitions since joining in January of last year.Last season, his team came so close to winning the Saudi Pro League, but rival Al-ittihad ultimately prevailed.
Ronaldo was upset when his debut season ended without a trophy less than a year after joining the team. Additionally, there were speculations that he planned to leave.After his side was eliminated from the King Cup Champions, Ronaldo has put on a number of angry performances, the most recent of which was tonight.
He was also seen on camera kicking a water bottle and spouting water towards the photographer.
The good news for Ronaldo is that his team now joins Al-Ittihad and Al-Hilal, who won the cup, as the three Saudi Pro League teams who have qualified for the AFC Champions League thanks to the victory.
His club will play Al-Fateh this Friday and Al-Shabab the following week in the Saudi Pro League.