In the 86th minute, Ronaldo was adjudged to have thrown an elbow into an opponent’s chest in a moment of madness as he attempted to grab the ball to take a quick throw-in. It is said that the Saudi Arabian Football Federation’s Disciplinary and Ethics Committee recently met with the former Real Madrid and Manchester United man to discuss the incident, with Ronaldo maintaining he should not have been sent off. The committee has seemingly since decided a two-match ban is the appropriate punishment for the 39-year-old, who will now miss Saudi Pro League games against Al Fayha and Al Khaleej. Al Nassr currently trail league leaders Al Hilal by 12 points, with only seven matches remaining before the 2023/24 season concludes.

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