Cristiano Ronaldo hits brace in a loss to Paris Saint-Germain for the Saudi All-Star XI.
The legendary forward completed a move to Al Nassr recently following the mutual termination of his contract at Manchester United at the turn of the year.
CR7 was able to lace up his boots for the friendly match against PSG on Thursday night, despite the fact that he has yet to play for Al Nassr due to a suspension that was carried over from his time at Manchester United when he knocked a phone out of an Everton fan’s hand last season.
Actually, it was Messi who opened the scoring in the contest, scoring just three minutes after the game began. Ronaldo then scored a penalty and a tap-in to make up for Messi and Marquinhos‘ goals before halftime.
PSG would then take control of the game in the second half, with goals from Ronaldo’s former Real Madrid teammate Sergio Ramos, a penalty from Kylian Mbappe, and a goal from substitute Hugo Ekitike giving Les Parisiens an unassailable lead despite goals from Hyun-Soo Jang and Anderson Talisca for the All-Stars.