Correspondent Cho Yong-un = Cristiano Ronaldo (38) is expected to take charge of free kicks in Al Nasr.
On the 13th (Korean time), Al Nasr posted a picture of Ronaldo focusing on free kick training through his official channel. Ronaldo left the process from the preparation posture with both feet and hands spread to the shooting. Ronaldo, who strives for free kicks with a serious expression, is highly likely to be singled out as a dedicated kicker.
Ronaldo has handled free kicks both for the club and for the national team. He also boasts of scoring 58 goals from free kicks in his professional career. In his early 20s, the no-rotation free kick that shook the net like a clothesline was once a weapon that overpowered rival Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain). Now Messi has reversed his free-kick total score. 카지노사이트
That’s how Ronaldo’s free kick lost its accuracy. Ronaldo’s free kick attempts are endless, but his every time hits the wall or goes over the post. His last free kick against Norwich City in April last year was his last. Even that was his first free kick goal in 652 days.
Ronaldo tries to score from a free kick again at Al Nasr. He is working on free kick practice several times in the same pose. The Arabic language ‘Footbolly’, who reported this, showed interest, saying, “Ronaldo has started free kick training. He has not been very successful in recent years, but he is trying in a special style.”
Ronaldo, who signed a contract with Al Nasr at the end of last year on the condition of receiving an annual salary of 200 million euros (approximately 269.4 billion won), made his debut in Saudi Arabia on the 19th in a friendly match against Paris Saint-Germain as part of a combined team composed of Al Nasr and Al Hilal players. expected to do