Victory for Ronaldo in his debut in the Saudi league
The Portuguese, who will soon be 38, perhaps didn't do anything worth his 2.2 billion annual salary, and didn't fulfil the high expectations that follow a man who is one of the best players of our time.
Ronaldo, who signed for the club at the turn of the year, neither scored nor assisted, but he was in any case part of the team's 1 - 0 victory over Quaison's Al-Ettifaq.
As captain, the five-times winner of the Ballon d'Or led out his team in front of 22 862 spectators.
The Brazilian Anderson Talisca scored the winning goal after 31 minutes at the Mrsool Park Stadium in Riyadh, in a match where Al-Ettifaq dominated the play.
Ronaldo had a few chances, including a shot that went over, but he also lost the ball several times.
The Swedish national team player Quaison was taken off in the 81st minute.
Al-Nassr leads the Saudi league, one point ahead of Al-Hilal.
Ronaldo's decision to continue his career in Saudi Arabia has been criticised, by, among others, human rights organisations, who think that he is being used by the country in an attempt to improve its reputation by sport-washing.