Ronaldo turns up for Al-Nassr debut with bruise below eye after Navas punch


CRISTIANO RONALDO turned up for his Al-Nassr debut with an enormous bruise below his eye after sustaining an harm within the pleasant versus Paris Saint-Germain.

The 37-year-old striker warmed up for his first Saudi Professional League match versus Etiffaq with a nasty harm.


Cristiano Ronaldo had a bruise below his eyeCredit score: Getty
The injury was sustained in a friendly with PSG


The harm was sustained in a pleasant with PSGCredit score: Getty
Keylor Navas punched Cristiano Ronaldo as he missed the ball


Keylor Navas punched Cristiano Ronaldo as he missed the ballCredit score: AP

He picked up the bruise whereas taking part in for the Saudi All-Stars of their 5-4 loss to the Ligue 1 facet.

Ronaldo netted a brace within the sport however he left the sphere battered and bruised after a conflict with goalkeeper Keylor Navas.

The Costa Rican ended up punching Ronaldo as each jumped for the ball.

The referee pointed to the spot and the ex-Manchester United ace transformed the penalty.

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The incident gave him a gruesome-looking black eye that was seen all through his debut look.

Involved PSG star Kylian Mbappe checked the bruise on his face after the fixture.

It was not the one second that Ronaldo shared along with his opponents that day.

His former Actual Madrid pal Sergio Ramos was in a sort temper, the pair spoke within the tunnel earlier than kick-off and he then made a large howler that gave him a faucet in for his different objective.

After the sport, Ronaldo was awarded with the person of the match award and seemed visibly confused.

His debut is at the moment going nicely as Al-Nassr are 1-0 up because of a objective from Anderson Talisca.

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