Prince Abdul Rahman bin Musaed Discusses Cristiano Ronaldo’s Performance and His Expectations for Al Nasr in the League
Saudi Prince Abdul Rahman bin Musaed praises Cristiano Ronaldo’s performance and predicts league winners
Saudi Prince Abdul Rahman bin Musaed recently shared his thoughts on Al Nasr player Cristiano Ronaldo’s performance in comparison to other professional players. He also expressed his expectations for the team that he believes will win the league.
Praise for Cristiano Ronaldo
In a blog post on his X platform account (formerly Twitter), Prince Abdul Rahman bin Musaed stated, “Undoubtedly, Cristiano Ronaldo is the best professional in Saudi Arabia, both on and off the field.”
Expectations for the League
Abdul Rahman bin Musaed also emphasized the significant difference between Ronaldo and other players, making it challenging to determine who will follow in his footsteps. Additionally, he identified the top contenders for the league. He mentioned that Al Nasr, with their skilled professionals and powerful attacking force, is the frontrunner. Following them are Al Ittihad, Al-Hilal, and Al-Ahly.
Critique of Al-Hilal
Prince Abdul Rahman bin Musaed expressed concerns about Al-Hilal’s current defensive approach and lack of combative players. He believed that their performance does not match the reputation and skill level of their professionals. If the situation persists, he doubted the team’s chances for success in the season.
Reasons for Al-Hilal’s Shortcomings
When asked about the reasons behind Al-Hilal’s shortcomings, Abdul Rahman bin Musaed pointed out several factors. He mentioned the lack of competitiveness among the players and the foreign professionals’ failure to meet expectations. He also highlighted the team’s struggle against mid- and lower-ranked teams who adopt a defensive strategy. These issues, according to him, contribute to the team losing crucial points and diminishing their chances of winning rounds.
Increase in Competitiveness
Prince Abdul Rahman bin Musaed acknowledged that the competing teams have significantly improved their performance, but Al-Hilal has not kept pace with this development.