Cristiano Ronaldo finally made his debut for Al Nassr on Sunday against Al Ettifaq.
The former Manchester United striker had to serve a two-match ban from his time at Old Trafford before he could make his official debut for the Saudi Arabian club but he did play in a friendly against Lionel Messi's Paris Saint Germain side. PSG won 5-4 but Ronaldo showed that he still has it with a brace.
The 37-year-old did not score in his official debut, but he did captain the side and play the full 90 minutes in a 1-0 win. But when does Ronaldo play next and can fans tune in? Let's take a look.
Date: Thursday 26th January
Time: 18:00 (GMT)
Location: King Abdullah Sport City Stadium
Where can I watch it?
Ronaldo's next game will not be available on live TV, but international fans will be able to stream the game by subscribing to Shadid. Highlights will be available on Al-Nassr's official Youtube channel, as well as their Facebook and Twitter pages.
What do you need to know?
Al Nassr face Al-Ittihad in the semi-final of the Saudi Super Cup. Al-Ittihad has a stacked side which includes the Brazillian Romarinho but Premier League fans will recognise Ahmed Hegazi and Helder Costa and will know the side's manager Nuno Esperito Santo from his time at Wolves and Tottenham Hotspur.
Ronaldo will be expected to start for Al-Nassr and captain the side once again. The Portuguese forward will be hoping to contribute to a win that would put his team on the path to their first piece of silverware with the five-time Balon d'Or winner.
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