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Al Nassr’s forward Cristiano Ronaldo is confronting a new ban and fine following his dismissal against Al-Hilal, as reported by GOAL.

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The 38-year-old received a red card during the Al-Nassr versus Al-Hilal Saudi Super Cup semi-final for allegedly elbowing Ali Ali-Bulaihi. Ronaldo, visibly frustrated, left the field with just four minutes remaining, engaging in a heated dispute with the referee before heading to the tunnel. Reports indicate that the former Real Madrid and Manchester United star may face a two-match suspension along with a fine of 20,000 riyals.

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According to Goal, Ronaldo, the former Real Madrid and Manchester United icon, might be subjected to a two-match ban and required to pay a fine of 20,000 riyals. Following a generally disappointing performance in the Saudi Super Cup, Ronaldo took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a message on his story: “Love and attitude is the perfect gratitude.”

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