Cristiano Ronaldo’s Teammate Explains Why Al-Nassr Star Gets Angry in Training Sessions

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Teammate Explains Why Al-Nassr Star Gets Angry in Training Sessions

Martin Moses
June 9, 2023 at 8:30 AM
  • Cristiano Ronaldo has ridiculously managed to remain on top of his game in his illustrious career
  • This has often been credited to his immense dedication to his craft over the years
  • His Al-Nassr teammate has shed light on how he conducts himself in training sessions

Cristiano Ronaldo has built a strong reputation and brand over the years that will see him retire as one of the greatest football players ever.

At 38 years old, the striker is still going strong, chasing more records in the Saudi Arabia league after joining Al-Nassr in January.

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Al-Nassr forward and captain Cristiano Ronaldo. Photo by Fayez NURELDINE.
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Much has been said about his addiction to fitness and how he loves going extra in training sessions before dropping world-class performances. His former teammate at Juventus, Aaron Ramsey, has previously opined how he was always the first to training and the last to leave as quoted by the Mirror.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner holds himself to high standards and is often angry when things do not go his way. He has already had a couple of run-ins with opponents in the Middle East, plus his coaches.

Ronaldo's Al-Nassr training sessions

His Al-Nassr teammate Abdulrahman Ghareeb has now revealed that the Portuguese national team captain gets angry during training sessions.

"Ronaldo's life is very serious. He gets angry if he loses in training despite having won many European championships and individual titles. This is in addition to his early attendance at training before many others," as quoted by GOAL.

The father of five was beyond himself with disappointment after Al-Nassr lost the league title to Al-Ittihad with a game to spare after a one-all draw with El-Ettifaq. He, however, scored 14 goals and provided two assists.

Ronaldo snubbed in team of the season

Nigerian international Odion Ighalo has been named in the Saudi Pro League team of the season following his superb performances, while Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo has been snubbed.

Sports Brief reported that despite scoring 14 goals in 16 games for Al-Nassr, the former Manchester United superstar was not considered among the best eleven.

After his explosive interview with Piers Morgan, Ronaldo's contract at Manchester United was terminated by the club's chiefs and he moved to Saudi club Al-Nassr.

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