Confidence or arrogance? Ronaldo reacts to his historic achievement in the Saudi League

Cristiano Ronaldo once again emphasized that he does not care much about achieving individual achievements and records, but that they are the ones that haunt him.

Ronaldo scored two goals in Al-Nasr’s victory over Al-Ittihad on Monday, crowning him the top scorer in the Saudi League with 35 goals and breaking the record as the player who scored the most goals in one season in the Rushen League.

When “The Don” was asked about this achievement, he replied, “I am happy with this record, but I was not waiting for it, but the truth is that it is very important in my career.”

The Portuguese star also published a post on his social media accounts in which he wrote, “I don’t follow records, they follow me.”

Ronaldo hopes to achieve his first official championship with Al-Nasr, when he meets Al-Hilal next Friday in the King’s Cup final.

Ronaldo commented, “It will be a very competitive match. All I ask and hope is that justice prevails.”

The 39-year-old was expelled from the Super Cup semi-final match, which Al-Nasr lost 2-1, while the last derby with Al-Hilal in the league witnessed a controversial penalty kick due to which the “Blue Wave” equalized in the last minute.