Al Nassr vs. Al Shabab, 4-0 Highlights Goals, Saudi Pro League 2023 at KSU Football Field

Al Nassr vs. Al Shabab, 4-0 

Highlights Goals, Saudi Pro 

League 2023 at KSU 

Football Field



Saudi Pro
League leaders Al Nassr re-asserted their title credentials with an emphatic
4-0 home thrashing of second-placed rivals Al Shabab. A Cristiano Ronaldo brace
and superb goals from Sadio Mane and Sultan Al-Ghannam completed the rout to
extend Al Nassr’s position atop the table. With this crushing victory, Al
Nassr’s solid offensive prowess was on full display, while the shortcomings of
Al Shabab were laid bare.

Al Nassr vs. Al Shabab, 4-0 Highlights Goals, Saudi Pro League 2023 at KSU Football Field

A Quick Penalty
by Ronaldo

After Al Shabab
defender Ahmed Sharahili clipped his foot inside the box, Ronaldo calmly
converted a penalty to start the scoring within 15 minutes. It was a clear
foul, and Ronaldo made no mistake by sending the ball into the bottom corner as
goalkeeper Marcelo Grohe dived the wrong way. An early goal settled Al Nassr
and allowed them to dictate proceedings.


Mane’s Moment
of Magic

Al Nassr’s
second on the stroke of halftime came via a magical solo effort from Sadio
Mane. The Senegalese star collected the ball midway inside Al Shabab’s half
before beating two defenders with quick stepovers and bursting forward. From 30
yards out, Mane unleashed an unstoppable left-footed rocket that flew past a
helpless Grohe into the top corner. Mane’s inexhaustible skill and ability to
create magic on the fly were fully displayed in that world-class goal he


Second Spot Kick

Mere minutes
after halftime, Ronaldo stepped up to calmly convert his second evening penalty
after Matheus Pereira was harshly adjudged to have handled the ball. Ronaldo
made no mistake again, placing the ball into the bottom corner to claim his
brace. His composure under pressure was exemplary as Ronaldo displayed his
elite mentality and scoring instincts.


Twists the Knife

When Pereira
set up midfielder Sultan Al-Ghannam on the edge of the box in the 80th minute,
Al Nassr continued to inflict suffering on their opponents. An emphatic
left-footed finish just inside the far corner beat Grohe at his near post. Al
Nassr had already dominated their inferior local opponents before the goal was
scored, but it capped off an incredible team effort.

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Banega Sees Red

Frustration Boils Over

The nadir for
Al Shabab came when experienced midfielder Ever Banega was brandished a
straight red card in the 78th minute for violent conduct. Replays showed Banega
petulantly striking Al Nassr’s Abdullah Madu from behind in an off-ball
incident. The Argentine’s outburst, which embodied Al Shabab’s lack of
discipline and extreme fury that day, left the referee with little choice but
to send him out.


Al Nassr’s
success can be inferred

Al Shabab fared
no better in the numbers. Al Nassr bossed the game with 67% possession and
unleashed 19 shots to Al Shabab’s mere 6. Al Nassr looked dangerous every time
they went forward, while Al Shabab needed more ideas and creativity. This gulf
in class was reflected in the scoreline and match stats.


Embarrassing Loss

Given their
title aspirations, this 4-0 demolition for Al Shabab was humiliating. Al
Nassr’s superstars Ronaldo and Mane tore them to shreds, and they had no
response. From Al Shabab’s perspective, the manner of defeat was more
concerning than the margin, highlighting deficiencies manager Vicente Moreno
must urgently address.


Al Nassr Send
Title Warning

In stark
contrast, Al Nassr’s statement performance reaffirmed their credentials as
championship favorites. Led superbly by Ronaldo and Mane, their galaxy of
attacking talents can sweep any opponent aside on their day. Al Shabab were the
latest victims unable to handle Al Nassr’s elite firepower and fluidity going
forward. As a result of this shocking 4-0 victory, Al Nassr is in first place
to win the Saudi Pro League. Al Shabab were left shellshocked and searching for
answers after being dismantled by their rampant city rivals.

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