Cristiano Ronaldo make another record as Al Nassr came from behind to beat Al Hilal 1-2 in the Arab Champions Cup, MySportDab reports.
The Portuguese-led side saw themselves getting two red cards in the encounter which stretched to extra time between both teams.
Cristiano Ronaldo was unstoppable as he scored both goals before he was eventually injured and removed from the match.
It was a huge clash for both teams who went through a huge development in the transfer window singing some European players.
Al Hilal came into the match with a lot of confidence pushing through with everything they have to offer in search of an early goal in the final.
Al Nassr had their captain leading them in what was a must win encounter which saw them pushing with everything they had to offer on the pitch.
Nothing could separate them in the game as they ended the first half with a 0-0 goalless draw after 45 minutes of football played.
The second half was a different one which saw a lot of drama unfolding for both teams who had to deal with so much from their end.
Al Hilal scored the lead in the 51st minutes through a clean goal from Michael which was able to make the scoreline 1-0 as they carried on.
Al Nassr were out of the match when they got themselves into a problem which saw Amri getting a red card in the 71st minutes of the game.
Things looked bad for them as they continued until Cristiano Ronaldo scored a beauty in the 74th minutes to bring the match level 1-1 as they progressed.
Another red card was issues to Al-Boushail in the 78th minutes which saw Al Nassr dropping down to nine players in the match.
Cristiano Ronaldo took matters to his hands by scoring in the 98th minutes to make sure his goal was enough to give his side the Arab Champion Cup beating Al Hilal 1-2 after extra time.
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