Ronaldo and Co. Secure Impressive Draw with Inter Milan: Al Nassr Thrilling Pre-Season Clash

Due to Al Nassr‘s 1-1 draw with Inter Milan, the winner of the Champions League, on Thursday during his preseason tour in Japan, Cristiano Ronaldo was replaced midway through the match.

Shortly after David Fretschi’s equalizer for Inter a minute before halftime, Abdulrahman Ghareeb opened the scoring for Al Nassr in the first half.

Superstar Portuguese player Ronaldo, who switched from Manchester United to Al Nassr in January, produced an event that captured the interest of Saudi football and the entire globe.

Since that time, one of the richest sovereign wealth funds in the world, the Public Investment Fund, has continued to sign players for Saudi teams from the top leagues in Europe, including French striker Karim Benzema, who also joined Al Ittihad from Real Madrid.

Alex Telles moved from United to Osaka and made his debut on Sunday after signing a contract with Al Nassr.

Before Ghareeb scored in the 23rd minute after receiving a pass from Talisca, the Brazilian left-back had a good opportunity in the 20th minute but Inter goalkeeper Filip Stankovic stopped his shot.

In the 44th minute, Fretschi headed in a Denzel Dumfries cross after Lutaro Martinez and Joaquin Correa both squandered chances to level the score for Inter.

Several people exited at the interval as Simone Inzaghi, the manager of Inter, and Luis Castro, the manager of Al Nassr, both decided to make significant substitutions.

After a scoreless draw against Paris Saint-Germain on Tuesday, Al Nassr was dealt another draw in their second encounter of the week when Martinez squandered multiple guilt-edged opportunities in the second half.

The next game for Inter is against PSG, and it will take place in Tokyo on Tuesday.

At the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh on Tuesday, Cristiano Ronaldo broke yet another scoring record as his team Al Nassr defeated US Monastir 4-1 in an Arab Club Champions Cup match.

With a precise header in the 74th minute, Ronaldo ignited the comeback and surpassed Gerd Muller’s previous record of 144 goals with the highest-ever total of headed goals in football.

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