Ronaldo, Kim Seung-kyu, PK 2 shots…the leading scorer

Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nasr) became the leading scorer in the Saudi Arabian Professional League (SPL) by operating multi-scoring guns for two consecutive matches.

Ronaldo started in the 2023-24 season 카지노사이트 SPL round 4 home match against Al Shabab held at the KSU Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on the 30th (Korean time) and played 85 minutes, scoring two goals from penalties to lead the team to 4-0. led to a major victory.

Ronaldo, who only had 1 help in the 1st and 2nd rounds, scored 1 assist for a hat-trick in the 3rd round against Alphatech on the 26th and commanded a 5-0 win, Ronaldo added 2 goals (1 assist) to lead the league in scoring at once. came out He has a one-goal gap with the three tied for second place, including teammate Sadio Mane.

Al-Nasr, who fell into two consecutive losses in the opening match, rose to 6th place (2 wins, 2 losses) with Ronaldo’s rebound and 2 wins in a row.

Al-Shabaab, who had no wins in their opening 4 games (2 draws and 2 losses), stayed in 17th place, in the relegation zone.

South Korean national team goalkeeper Kim Seung-kyu drew attention by guarding Al-Shabaab’s goal that day.

Al-Nasr hit the opponent hard from the start. Kim Seung-kyu’s several saves delayed Al Nasr’s opening goal. But it didn’t last very long. In the 13th minute of the first half, in a cross situation, Al Shabaab’s defense fouled for handball and a penalty kick was declared. Ronaldo stepped up as the kicker and stabbed Kim Seung-gyu into the right corner of the goal with a right-footed shot. Six minutes later, Ronaldo shook the net again with a header from a corner kick, but the goal was canceled after video review (VAR) confirmed that the scene before the goal was pushing the opponent’s defense.

Al Nasr scored an extra goal in the 38th minute of the first half. Ronaldo penetrated the box and fell due to a foul by the Al Shabaab defense. A penalty kick was called. As with the opening goal, Ronaldo aimed for the right corner. Kim Seung-kyu read the direction this time and threw his body, but the ball was fast. Two minutes later, Ronaldo helped Mane score by handing a non-stop pass to Mane, who penetrated from the right side of the box in front of the penalty arc. Al Nasr finished the first half 3-0 and virtually decided the game.

Al-Nasr did not let go of the offense even in the second half. If it had not been for Kim Seung-kyu’s several saves, Al-Shabaab could have conceded more runs. To make matters worse, Al-Shabaab received a red card in the 33rd minute of the second half when midfielder Ever Banega pushed Sultan Al-Ghanam down as if elbowing him, and his will to recover the goal was weakened. Al Nasr ran away 4-0 with Al Ghanam’s extra goal two minutes later.

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