Ronaldo’s Move to Saudi Annoys Young Boy, Tries To Destroy His Mum’s Car

Ronaldo’s Move to Saudi Annoys Young Boy, Tries To Destroy His Mum’s Car

  • A young boy was left outraged at Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Saudi Arabia
  • His expectation was that the veteran striker would stay playing in Europe
  • Ronald is happy with his Al-Nassr move and is world's best-paid footballer

A video has been spotted on social media of a young boy apparently trying to destroy his mother's car, as show of annoyance over Cristiano Ronaldo's move to Saudi Arabia.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner recently made a mega million move to Al-Nassr, after his contract at Manchester United was terminated due to clashes he had with those in charge of the club.

Ronaldo left Old Trafford before the start of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, with many fans assuming that he would remain in the Premier League - or Europe at least.

Young boy, Ronaldo, Saudi Arabia, car, Al-Nassr
Cristiano Ronaldo in action for Riyadh XI against PSG. Photo by Aurelien Meunier.
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But after the global tournament in which Ronaldo and Portugal were sent out in the quarter-final, he joined Al-Nassr instead.

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According to a video spotted on TikTok, one young fan was not happy, removing his Ronaldo jersey and kicking a ball in an apparent attempt to destroy his mother's car.

Below is the video:

While the boy in the video was furious about the Portuguese veteran moving to the Middle East, the major character in the story appears happy.

Ronaldo made it clear after his move that he has already won practically all the titles in Europe, stressing that he made the best decision.

The boy was apparently forced to pay for the repairs to his mum's car.

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Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Kylian Mbappe shared a wholesome moment with his idol during Paris Saint-Germain's exhibition match against Riyadh XI.

The French champions crossed paths with a select side at the King Fahd Stadium on Thursday evening, with the fixture coinciding with Ronaldo's debut on Saudi soil.

As expected, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner wasted no time in announcing his presence in the oil-rich nation, with a first-half brace in the tense exhibition game.