Ronaldo’s ’35-goal performance’ sets new Saudi League record for most goals in a season

Soccer star Ronaldo has made history again, setting a new Saudi League scoring record.

Al Nasr’s Ronaldo broke the deadlock in first-half stoppage time after the teams were locked at 0-0.

After chest-trapping a long cross from the halfway line, he found the back of the net with a left-footed shot.

Ronaldo added a second goal in the second half in the 21st minute when he drove into the back of the net and forced a defender to be sent off, and then added a third in the 24th minute when he headed home 스포츠토토존 a corner kick from a teammate.

With his 35th goal, Ronaldo broke the Saudi League record for most goals in a season.

At the age of 39, Ronaldo has been the top scorer in four different leagues, including the English, Spanish, and Italian leagues.

Behind Ronaldo’s multi-goal performance, Al Nasr finished second in the regular season, beating Al Ittihad 4-2.

Rafael Nadal, a 14-time winner of the French Open, arrives at Roland Garros in Paris to thunderous applause.

After an injury-plagued season that saw his world ranking drop to 275, Nadal was unseeded and faced German powerhouse Tsverev, the world number four, in the first round of singles.

The 38-year-old Nadal put on a spectacular display, matching volley shot for volley shot, but was unable to overcome the 11-year younger Tsverev.

Down 3-0, Nadal ended what could be his last French Open with his first ever first-round exit.

Nadal, who has been tight-lipped about whether he will retire, was once again applauded when he revealed his hopes of competing in the Paris Olympics at the same venue in two months’ time.

[Rafael] Nadal (Spain): I have a goal in front of me. I want to be on this court again at the Paris Olympics. I really want to see you all again, thank you very much].

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