Al-Nasr rained home to Abha with eight unanswered goals, with Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo boosting his lead with 29 goals after scoring a hat-trick on Abha’s “hat-trick” net, his second consecutive hat-trick following his trick in the last round.

Al-Nasr raised his tally with the victory to 62 to continue to reap his positive results in his recent games, which saw him attend a major threat to the capital yellow.

Al-Nasr sealed the game from the first half after coming away five goals ahead without reply. The goals came through Cristiano Ronaldo in the 11th minute and then in the 21st minute before Sadio Mane boosted the score with a third goal in the 33rd minute, Ronaldo wrapping up the festival of his goals in the half with a third goal with the 44th minute before Abdul Majid al-Salahi scored the fifth goal.

Victory coach Castro made changes as the second half kicked off and dismissed Ronaldo and Sadio Mane, but al-nasr continued to lead and scored three goals in the second half, carrying the 51st-minute signing of Abdel Rahman Gharib and the 63rd-minute player Abdelaziz Alaywah, who returned in the 87th minute and scored his team’s eighth goal.

Following this loss, Team Abha became in a difficult position in the struggle to survive and escape the spectre of relegation, freezing the team’s balance at 22 points in the “penultimate” position with the ranking regulation.

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