Saudi Pro League Honours Kaizer Chiefs Legend as Ronaldo Arrives
- Knowledge Musona has been a great success since moving to Saudi Arabia
- The Zimbabwean hitman has lifted the fortunes of Saudi Pro League team Al Tai FC
- This saw the Kaizer Chiefs legend being honoured for being the highest assist provider in the league for 2022
Knowledge Musona has been the sort of hit that Cristiano Ronaldo intends to be in the Saudi Pro League.
The former Kaizer Chiefs striker was honoured by Saudi Arabia's top division for his achievements in the colours of Al Tai.
Soccer24 reported that the Zimbabwean was named alongside Al-Shabab FC midfielder Hattan Bahebri as the 2022 calendar assist leaders with eight assists apiece.
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Musona joined Al-Tai FC from Belgian giants Anderlecht back in July 2021, as per The Standard. He proved to be an immediate success with the team, with his six goals and eight assists.
He was in the Saudi Pro League Team of the Week a staggering five times that season, helping the team finish a credible sixth on the log table. Incidentally, Ronaldo is in line to make his Al-Nassr debut against Musona's side.
Ronaldo to meet Knowledge Musona
The world is looking forward to watching what impact Cristiano Ronaldo will have on the Saudi Pro League.
The Portuguese great was unveiled as Al-Nassir's historic signing on Friday in the richest deal in history for an individual sportsperson.
Soccer24 pointed, to the excitement of Zimbabweans and South Africans, on how Ronaldo's first match in the country could be against Al-Tai FC next week Thursday. This is significant because that is the team that the respected Knowledge Musona plays for in the Middle Eastern country.
Ronaldo confuses KSA for South Africa
Cristiano Ronaldo made an embarrassing blunder during his unveiling at Al-Nassr, after he confused Saudi Arabia for South Africa.
The veteran forward was officially presented before thousands of the club's fans at the home ground of Mrsool Park on Tuesday evening, January 3.
However, The Sun reports the 37-year-old was involved in an embarrassing gaffe after he mistook Saudi Arabia for South Africa.
Source: Sports Brief News