Al-Nassr manager Rudi Garcia reversed his criticisms over Cristiano Ronaldo claiming Portuguese superstar reached “great stage of harmony with his teammates”

Al Nassr manager Rudi Garcia is full of praise for the Portuguese sensation Cristiano Ronaldo after previously criticizing the legend following their defeat to Al Ittihad which knocked them off the Arab Super Cup.

On a shining Arabian night, Cristiano took the record book tearing apart once again after scoring four goals in a single match in Al Nassr’s 4-0 win over Al Wehda on February 9.

The 38-year-old Portuguese also scored his 500th league goal with a scintillating performance which makes him the inarguable king and his teammates seemed to have enjoyed the CR7 show as they cheered and celebrated with the legendary player.

Rudi Garcia, manager of Al Nassr football club will be really happy after what he witnessed, and it was much more relief for the French-born manager as earlier he was seen frustrated with Ronaldo missing chances.

“Ronaldo has reached a great stage of homogeneity and harmony with his teammates. Over time, his teammates realized what he wanted and when he will score. I think it was a good night for Cristiano Ronaldo because he scored four goals.”- Rudi Garcia told reporters.

Al Nassr missed a glorious opportunity to reach the Super Cup final after Al Ittihad stunted the league leaders and on reflex to this, the 55-year-old manager said, “It is very important that the players play normally and don’t always try to give Cristiano the ball.”

Cristiano Ronaldo is a different gravy as he showed previously on numerous occasions by letting performance talk and the legendary footballer tends to do well when criticisms are thrown at him while this time was no different from the past.

Al Nassr will be hosting Al Tawoon on February 17 as the Portuguese sensation will be geared up to keep up the pace he picked during his last outing and will be eyeing to extend their lead at the top with Al Ittihad.


Salah Uddin Rafi

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Sports Content Writer. Covering F1, Tennis, Naskar and mostly Soccer. Graduated from Jahangirnagar University. A game of football is relentlessly uncompromised because passion runs thick through the veins.


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