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WATCH: Cristiano Ronaldo left amused as Undertaker presents Riyadh Season Cup trophy

Cristiano Ronaldo and Al-Nassr lost the Riyadh Season Cup final to Al-Hilal yesterday night.

The Undertaker with Cristiano Ronaldo

WWE Hall of Famers The Undertaker delivered a surprise visit in Saudi Arabia to hand over the Riyadh Season Cup while in front of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Al Nassr, Ronaldo’s squad, faces Al Hilal during the friendly Riyadh Season Cup final. Prior to the match, The Undertaker made an unexpected cameo in character. After his appearance, The Deadman delivered the cup in front of the Portuguese previous Ballon d’Or winner. The 39-year-old was spotted smiling with a colleague in response to The Undertaker’s entrance. The video became popular on X just a few moments later.

The Deadman has not competed in the ring since 2020. He has made infrequent appearances during the last four years. His most recent appearance on NXT was in October, when he chokeslammed Bron Breakker.

WWE has maintained good connections along with the Saudi government in recent years, hosting multiple performances in the Arab kingdom. The Undertaker faced up against major superstars and legends in Saudi Arabia, namely Goldberg, Shawn Michaels, as well as Triple H.

Al-Nassr lose to Al-Hilal in Riyadh season cup final

Ronaldo returned to the starting lineup after recuperating from a calf injury that sidelined him in Al-Nassr’s 6-0 victory over Lionel Messi’s Inter Miami. However, Al-Hilal got off to a strong start, as Sergej Milinkovic-Savic as well as Salem Aldawsari both scored once.

Al-Hilal maintained their advantage by defending brilliantly and keeping an outstanding clean sheet versus the Knights of Najd. Cristiano Ronaldo was unable to spark his team’s second-half revival and received a low match rating of only 6.4.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was struggling, with only one shot on target out of seven attempts. He also squandered two good opportunities, was dispossessed multiple times, and missed three duels. Luis Castro and associates controlled the majority of the ball, 56 percent. Additionally, they made 437 pass attempts overall, achieving an 83 percent accuracy rate. Al-Hilal, on the other hand, attempted 360 passes with a 78 percent accuracy rate and had 44 percent possession.

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