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Ronaldo who insulted Saudi fans will eventually be disciplined

Al-Nasr beat Al-Shabab 3-2 in the 21st round of the Saudi Professional League for the 2023-24 season, which took place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Wednesday. Al-Nasr (52 points), ranking second in the league, is chasing the leader Al-Hilal (59 points).

Ronaldo scored the first goal of the penalty kick in the 21st minute of the first half. Ronaldo reported his 22nd goal in the league. Al Nasr, who scored multiple goals for Taliska, won dramatically.

Al-Shabab is a member of Kim Seung-gyu's team. Kim Seung-gyu, who dropped out of the Asian Cup due to injury, did not play. Saudi player Mohammed al-Absi played as the goalkeeper instead.

After the game, an unexpected incident broke out. Al-Shabab home fans mocked Ronaldo. Ronaldo responded by making an obscene gesture. In Arab culture, sexual ridicule is considered an insult to the opponent.

Angry al-Shabab fans chanted "Lionel Messi" and got even with Ronaldo.

Saudi media outlet Al Riyadh said that Ronaldo could be banned from two matches for his dirty deeds. The Saudi league has yet to officially announce any punishment.

Ronaldo played for Real Madrid in 2017 when he was dissatisfied with the referee's decision at Barcelona and El Clasico, and pushed Ronaldo to the plate. In La Liga, Ronaldo was banned from five games. It was the longest disciplinary action in Ronaldo's soccer history.
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