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Cristiano Ronaldo vows to come back stronger after Al-Nassr’s Asian Champions League exit

Al-Nassr were eliminated from the Asian Champions League on Monday night, losing to Al-Ain in the quarter-finals. The defeat was a major disappointment for the Saudi Arabian club, who had been hoping to win the competition for the first time.

Cristiano Ronaldo, who joined Al-Nassr in January, was one of the players who came in for criticism after the match. The Portuguese forward had a poor game, missing several chances and failing to make a significant impact.

However, Ronaldo has vowed to come back stronger next season. In a post on social media, he wrote: “Thank you for your support. We will find a way to bounce back and come back stronger! Always together!”


Ronaldo is under contract with Al-Nassr until 2025. He will be hoping to lead the club to success in the Asian Champions League next season, as well as winning the Saudi Pro League title.

The Portuguese forward has a lot to prove in the coming months. He has been criticized for his performances since joining Al-Nassr, and he will need to start scoring more goals if he wants to win over the fans.

Ronaldo is still one of the best players in the world, but he is no longer the player he once was. He is 37 years old now, and he is not as quick or as agile as he used to be. However, he is still a very intelligent player, and he knows how to find the back of the net.

If Ronaldo can stay fit and motivated, he can still be a major asset for Al-Nassr. He will be hoping to lead the club to glory next season, and he will be determined to prove his critics wrong.

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