Watch Cristiano Ronaldo squabble with opposing players as the superstar throws a full-time tantrum after firing the void for Al-Nassr

CRISTIANO RONALDO was involved in a huge row with opposing players when he threw a huge tantrum after Al-Nassr’s draw with Al Feiha.

The Manchester United legend and his side are now three points behind leaders Al-Ittihad after he and his colleagues closed a gap last night.

Cristiano Ronaldo was involved in a heated argument with Al Feiha's players last night


Cristiano Ronaldo was involved in a heated argument with Al Feiha’s players last nightPhoto credit: @SkySportsNews
He was furious with the opponent after being held to a goalless draw


He was furious with the opponent after being held to a goalless drawPhoto credit: @SkySportsNews
Ronaldo then removed the captain's armband as he charged through the tunnel


Ronaldo then removed the captain’s armband as he charged through the tunnelPhoto credit: @SkySportsNews

Despite an extra seven minutes of stoppage time, the 38-year-old couldn’t find a way as Al-Nassr was pinned in a stalemate.

And his frustration threatened to boil over after the final whistle when he got into an argument with Al Feiha’s Ali Al-Zaqaan on the field.

Ronaldo stormed past his rival and heard him yell, “You don’t want to play.”

He continued to march furiously towards the tunnel while players from either side exchanged jabs behind him.

Al-Nassr started Tuesday’s game with a 5-0 win over Al Adalah at King Salman Sport City Stadium.

The Portuguese striker found the net twice back then but struggled to even come close yesterday.

Chances were kept to a minimum in the first half, although Ronaldo had a half-chance.

He was sent on goal but he produced a heavy touch that allowed goalkeeper Vladimir Stojkovic to eliminate the threat.


Al-Nassr upped the ante after the break when Ronaldo fired a free-kick over the bar as they pressed on for the opening goal.

Team-mate Talisca had ruled out an offside goal but Stojkovic wasn’t tested enough as he secured his clean sheet.

And in the end, it all got to be too much for Ronaldo as he took off his captain’s armband as he walked through the tunnel.

The veteran and his side will be back in action against Al Hilal on Tuesday 18 April. Ronaldo has scored 11 goals in 12 games since arriving in the Middle East after his explosive departure from United.


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