Ronaldo nearly taken out by pitch invader who slips moments before reaching Al Nassr star"/>
The Al Nassr star avoided a potential serious injury after he evaded a 'tackle' from a pitch invader minutes later before their clash with Al Taawoun.
Cristiano Ronaldo was going through his paces as Al Nassr prepared to take on Al Taawoun on Friday, 17th February, at the Mrsool Park.
A pitch invader moved towards the Portuguese star after evading the stewards. Ronaldo realized just in time before the evader lunged in with his two feet up towards him.
Ronaldo immediately moved out of the way as steward finally captured the invader. It could have been a catastrophic injury had he not moved out of the way on time.
The football star shook off the near scare to provide two assist to continue with his imperious starts to life in the Saudi. He has been involved in Al Nassr's last seven goals, scoring five and assisting two.
Despite playing only five matches, the player has been nominated for Saudi Pro League player of the month, January. His fans hope to see more productive results from him.
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