Ronaldo Shatters Saudi Pro League Scoring Record in Epic Final-Day Victory: Al-Nassr Triumphs over Al-Ittihad 4-2

Cristiano Ronaldo made history in the Saudi Pro League with two goals for Al-Nassr against Al-Ittihad on Monday.

In this final match of the season, Ronaldo scored twice, bringing his total for the season to 35 goals.

Ronaldo’s first goal came just before halftime with a pass from Mohammed Al-Fatil, and he added a second goal with a header from a corner by Marcelo Brozovic.

With Suwailem Al Manhali’s dismissal, Ronaldo surpassed Abderrazak Hamdallah’s previous record of 34 goals in a season.

Abdulrahman Ghareeb scored from the penalty spot, and Meshari Al Nemer sealed the win after late goals by Al-Ittihad.

Despite finishing second in the league behind Al-Hilal, Al-Nassr had a successful season with 26 wins out of 34 matches.

Ronaldo’s impressive record of 50 goals in all competitions this season highlights his impact for Al-Nassr.

Al-Nassr dominated the match with nine shots on target compared to Al-Ittihad’s three, and they had a higher expected goals (xG) value.

Overall, Al-Nassr’s strong performance throughout the match paid off with a convincing victory.

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