Cristiano Ronaldo has finally won his first title since moving to Saudi Arabia after leading Al Nassr to a 2-1 victory against rivals Al Hilal in the Arab Club Champions Cup final on Saturday.
Ronaldo has been in excellent form throughout the tournament, and his goal has helped them advance to the knockout rounds.
In a highly competitive final, neither team would score a goal in the first half.
However, Michael broke the deadlock in the 51st minute of the second half to put Al Hilal ahead.
Things became much worse for Ronaldo’s Al Nassr in the 71st minute, when they were down to 10 men after Abdulelah Al-Amri was sent off.
In the 74th minute, Ronaldo equalised for Al Nassr after a pass from Sadio Mane.
Despite playing with only 10 men, Al Nassr was able to keep Al Hilal at bay, forcing extra time.
Ronaldo emerged as the game-winner in the 98th minute of extra time after bouncing a ball off the bar with his head.
Ronaldo was injured during the game and was replaced by Ali Alhassan in the 115th minute.
Ronaldo, who was injured on the bench, continued to urge his Al Nassr teammates as they held on to win the game.
Ronaldo’s two goals sealed the victory in another remarkable performance.
Ronaldo’s first trophy with Al Nassr since moving to Saudi Arabia from Manchester United is the Arab Club Champions Cup.