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‘I’m a goal machine called the Executioner making Cristiano Ronaldo look average’.

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‘I’m a goal machine called the Executioner making Cristiano Ronaldo look average’.Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 50 goals and earned a cool £175MILLION this year… but the Portuguese superstar has endured housing problems, had to deny ‘completely false’ cheating claims and faces a $1BILLION US lawsuit as he looks to a better 2024.Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 50 goals and earned a cool £175MILLION this year… but the Portuguese superstar has endured housing problems, had to deny ‘completely false’ cheating claims and faces a $1BILLION US lawsuit as he looks to a better 2024.Cristiano Ronaldo may have excelled in the Saudi Pro League since joining Al-Nassr following his departure from Manchester United last November. But the 38-year-old has still been unable to match the output of a player who is nicknamed the Executioner and currently plays for Al-Nassr’s rivals Al-Ittihad’I’m a goal machine called the Executioner making Cristiano Ronaldo look average’Ronaldo joined Al-Nassr at the start of the year and has since racked up 40 goals for the Saudi team as well as 10 goals for Portugal throughout 2023. But back in 2019, Abderrazak Hamdallah bagged an incredible 57 goals throughout the calendar year while he was plying his trade for Ronaldo’s current employers.Hamdallah joined Al-Nassr from Qatari side Al-Rayyan in the summer of 2018. And the next year he proved to be a goal machine as he wreaked havoc on opposition defences virtually every time he took to the pitch. He finished 2019 with more strikes than anyone else on the planet as his confidence in front of goal appeared to grow by the minute. But, still, he was only picked for his national team Morocco on one occasion throughout the entire year.

 

Hamdallah, who left Al-Nassr at the start of 2022, is a very good striker in the Saudi Pro League and has scored 13 goals in 18 matches across all competitions for Al-Ittihad this season. But the fact the 32-year-old has never made it in Europe and has only scored six goals in 24 appearances for Morocco illustrates the difference in standard between the Saudi Pro League and the European leagues Ronaldo has played in in the past.

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