'Not done yet!' - Cristiano Ronaldo fires message after hitting yet another career milestone in goal-scoring display for Al-Nassr against Al-Riyadh. - soocer442
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‘Not done yet!’ – Cristiano Ronaldo fires message after hitting yet another career milestone in goal-scoring display for Al-Nassr against Al-Riyadh.

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WHAT TURNED OUT?

On Friday night, the Portuguese legend recorded his 1,200th professional match as Al-Nassr defeated him 4-1 with ease; as usual, he exerted considerable influence. After converting the equalizer from Sadio Mane’s cross, Ronaldo assisted compatriot Otavio with an exquisite cross.Following another significant achievement in his illustrious career, Cristiano Ronaldo asserts that he is “not yet done” following Al-Nassr’s triumph over Al-Riyadh.The outcome places Al-Nassr in the second position in the standings, a considerable distance behind Al-Hilal, who have gained a seven-point advantage over Ronaldo et al. since their previous outing. However, the veteran leads all scorers in the Saudi Pro League with 16 goals scored across 15 matches.Ronaldo spent 438 of his 1,200 matches with Real Madrid, where he appeared in the plurality of them. He has appeared in 346 matches for Manchester United over the course of two stints, and has amassed an astounding 205 caps for Portugal.

 

According to the BBC, former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton holds the record with 1,387 competitive professional appearances in men’s football.ROTATING RONALDO

Evidently ecstatic to have reached the 1,200-game mark, the 38-year-old legend continues to believe he has much to offer in the latter stages of his career. He posted the following on social media following the game: “Three additional points! I am appreciative of every teammate who assisted me in reaching 1200 matches. “We’re not even through with that ride yet!”HOW SHOULD RONALDO AND AL-NASSR PROCEED?

Ronaldo will be well aware that he has a substantial amount of work to do in order to close the gap on Al-Hilal, who are already poised to seize the league championship at this early juncture. Monday, however, finds the team competing in the Kings Cup of Champions against the midtable Al-Shabab.

 

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