Can Ronaldo bounce back and shine against Al Wahda after his recent struggles?

At the Marsul Park stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, tonight, on Monday, the upcoming match between the Al-Nasr club and its guest Al-Wahda will take place as part of the semi-final round of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup. competition.

Exactly at 21:00 local time, the referee of the Romanian arena, Radu Petrescu, should blow a whistle to start the confrontation.

49-year-old Croat Dinko Ilicic, coach of the Saudi club Al-Nasr, starts with the following starting lineup for the Al-Alama team, which is led by Ronaldo:

44- Nawaf Al-Aqidi

2- Sultan Al Ghanam

21- Alvaro

78- Ali Lagami

13- Jislan Konnan

17- Abdullah Al-Khaybri

19- He Al-Hassan

18- Luisa Gustavo

29- Abdul Rahman Gharib

94- Anderson Talisca

7- Cristiano Ronaldo.

While the Chilean Jose Luis Sierra (54), coach of the Al Wehda club, chose the following starting lineup for the meeting with Al Alami:

Goalkeeper: Munir Mohammadi

Defensive line: Abd al-Ilah Bukhari, Oscar Duarte, Abdullah al-Hafiz, Kurdish prince

Midfield: Alaa Hadji, Walid Bakhshwein, Faisal Fajr

Attack line: Anselmo, Abdel Karim Yoda, Jean-David Bogel.

Fans of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo are waiting for the Madeira Rocket to quickly wrap up their scoring run as they missed the net in Al Nasr Club’s last two matches against Al Hilal and Al Fayhaa. The Al-Alamy team lost in one and drew in the other.

Al Alami fans are counting on Ronaldo shining again in front of the Al Wehda club and leading them to victory, as he did by hitting him with 4 “superhat tricks” last February in the Saudi Roshan League. Matches.

Al-Nasr Club aims to qualify for the final match of the King’s Cup for the 15th time in its history of participation and the fifth time since the return of the tournament in 2008 and equal in numbers with Al-Ahly Jeddah. .

The winner of this match-up will face Al-Hilal in the final, who beat their host Al-Ittihad by a goal in their match last night, Sunday, at King Abdullah Sports. City Stadium “Shining Pearl” in Jeddah.

Source: agencies

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