Ramón Díaz beats Cristiano Ronaldo: the Portuguese goal disallowed and the hold against a rival

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Argentina’s DT Ramón Díaz has embittered Cristiano Ronaldo. This Tuesday, in a key duel for the Saudi Arabian League title, Al Hilal beat Al Nassr 2-0, where Croatian coach Dinko Jelicic made his debut. The Portuguese had a goal disallowed for being offside and booked after applying a catch to the Colombian Cuellar.

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On the 25th round, Al-Hilal, thanks to goals by the Nigerian Odion Ighalo -both from penalties-, pushed Al Nassr away by three points -whose goalkeeper Agustín Rossi had replaced- and, with one game more, by the leader Al-Ittihad.

At MRSOOL Park in Riyadh, Jelicic’s new Al Nassr, replacing Frenchman Rudi García on the bench of Cristiano’s team, failed to beat Ramón Díaz’s.

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Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t have his night in Riyadh. A goal was disallowed in the 77th minute for offside and before that, in the 57th minute, he was booked by English referee Michael Oliver for hanging around the neck of a rival player.

The Colombian Gustavo Cuellar He resumed at Al-Hilal after two games in a row without being called up.

After this result, Al Nassr’s title fight becomes more complicated by remaining three points and one game ahead of the leader, Al-Ittihad.

Photo: Fayez Nureldine / AFP.

Photo: Fayez Nureldine / AFP.

Source: Clarin

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