On Cristiano Ronaldo’s 39th birthday, Al-Nassr celebrated in a unique way by making a post with 39 different versions of his famous “Siuu” dance. To celebrate the football legend on his special day, the creative compilation added a fun touch.
Current employers of the Portugal great weren’t shy about paying tribute to the club captain on Monday, the day he celebrated turning 39. Ronaldo celebrated his ‘Siuu’ in an Al-Nassr shirt from 39 different angles in a post that the Saudi outfit released on X. The responses were a deluge of well wishes for the erratic forward from his legion of fans.
Featuring enough footage of the legendary party would not have been a problem for the Al-Nassr admin. Since his arrival in the Middle East in late 2022, Ronaldo has been absolutely sensational, scoring an astonishing 38 goals in 44 appearances for Al-Nassr. With an incredible 54 goals in 2023 for both club and country, the Portugal international had a strong case for becoming the leading scorer in the world that year.
Last month, at Dubai’s Globe Soccer Awards, the 39-year-old was honored with three gongs for his efforts. However, Ronaldo was eventually overlooked at football’s most esteemed award shows, failing to receive a mention at either the Ballon d’Or or FIFA The Best celebrations.
Last week’s highly anticipated match against Inter Miami, featuring Lionel Messi, was postponed due to the five-time Ballon d’Or winner’s injury. As his team strolled to a spectacular 6-0 victory, Ronaldo could watch from a distance and respond with joy.
In their birthday tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus praise his record
Juventus took to social media to wish Cristiano Ronaldo a happy birthday on his 39th birthday. The club made a point of mentioning that, throughout Ronaldo’s first three seasons with Juventus, no player had scored more than 100 goals.
Ronaldo won two Serie A championships and scored 101 goals in 134 appearances during his three seasons with the Old Lady, from 2018 to 2021.
The Portuguese striker was the only player in Juventus history to score 100 goals or more in his first three seasons, and on Monday, his former team sent birthday wishes on X (previously Twitter) to celebrate.
At €31 million per year, Ronaldo was also the club’s highest-paid player ever. In an interview with the Financial Times, ex-Juve president Andrea Agnelli claimed that the striker’s tenure in Turin would have been perceived differently in 2020 if the epidemic hadn’t occurred. Despite this, many still think that Bianconeri’s financial collapse began with his transfer from Real Madrid.
Juventus departed from Juventus in the summer of 2021, re-joined Manchester United, and is presently contracted with Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia.
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