Cyber Bullying: Cristiano Ronaldo Mocked On Twitter By Former Al-Nassr Player For His Goal Celebration
Ten moment gdy przegrales Superpuchar, odpadles w polfinale Pucharu Krola, przegrales derby z Hilal co oznacza brak mistrzostwa na 99%, ale strzeliles bramke z Al Raed i twoja druzyna wygrala 4:0 https://t.co/NoCUfSsSRU
— Adrian Mierzejewski (@adrianmierzej86) April 29, 2023
Cristiano Ronaldo Mocked After ‘Siiuuu’ Celebration in Al-Nassr’s 4-0 Victory
Cristiano Ronaldo, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner, has been mocked by former Al-Nassr player Adrian Mierzejewski after performing his signature ‘Siiuuu’ celebration in a recent Saudi Pro League game against Al-Raed. The Portuguese superstar scored the opening goal in a 4-0 win, taking his tally to 12 goals in 15 appearances for Al-Nassr. However, Mierzejewski questioned Ronaldo’s exuberant celebration, considering that Al-Nassr’s hopes of winning a major trophy this season have been extinguished.
Ronaldo’s Move to Al-Nassr
After mutually terminating his contract with Manchester United, Ronaldo signed a deal worth £175 million per year with Al-Nassr through 2025. Since joining the Saudi club, he has been in fine form, scoring 12 goals in as many competitive games. However, Al-Nassr is set to finish the season empty-handed, having lost in the semi-final of the Copa and the derby to Hilal, as well as failing to win the Supercup.
In the match against Al-Raed, Ronaldo opened the scoring after just four minutes, before performing his famous ‘Siiuuu’ celebration. However, Mierzejewski, who played for Al-Nassr from 2014 to 2016, took to social media to mock Ronaldo for his celebration. He pointed out that Al-Nassr’s season had been disappointing and that Ronaldo’s goal was unlikely to change the outcome.
Ronaldo’s Achievements at Real Madrid
Ronaldo’s achievements at Real Madrid, where he played from 2009 to 2018, are remarkable. He scored 451 goals in 438 games and helped the team win four Champions League titles, three Club World Cups, two UEFA Super Cups, two La Liga championships, two Copas del Rey championships, and two Spanish Super Cups. His iconic status at the club led to rumours that he might return to Real Madrid in a non-playing position as an ambassador.
Real Madrid’s Interest in Ronaldo
According to the Spanish publication El Nacional, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has promised that Ronaldo will always have a job at the Santiago Bernabeu. The club is reportedly eager to grant Ronaldo a non-playing role as an ambassador. However, Perez has made it clear that Ronaldo will not be rejoining the team as a player, as he believes that cycle has already ended.
Despite Ronaldo’s success at Al-Nassr, his exuberant celebration has led to criticism from some quarters. Mierzejewski’s comments highlight the fact that Ronaldo’s move to Al-Nassr was supposed to be a major coup for the club, but they have not been able to translate his individual brilliance into team success. Real Madrid’s interest in Ronaldo suggests that his legendary status in European football is still intact and that he may have a future in the game beyond his playing career.