The forward for the Saudi club “Al-Nassr” and the Portuguese national team, Cristiano Ronaldo, broke a historic record.
This happened in the 13th round match of the Saudi Arabian Championship away against “Al-Wahda”. The 38-year-old Portuguese scored in the 50th minute, and his team “Al-Nassr” secured a victory with a score of 3-1.
For Ronaldo, this goal marked his 350th away goal in his entire career, making him the record holder for the most goals scored away in football history.
This goal was Ronaldo’s 45th for the calendar year, combining both club and national team levels. Only Harry Kane from “Bayern” (47) and Erling Haaland from “Manchester City” (48) have scored more.
It’s worth noting that Cristiano Ronaldo is leading the goal-scoring race in the championship with 13 goals in 12 games.
“Al-Nassr” has been undefeated since August 22 in both the domestic league, the AFC Champions League, and the King’s Cup. During this period, the team has secured 17 victories and one draw. Ronaldo has contributed 16 goals during this time.