A football show called “The Last Dance” featured a lesson by Al-Nassr, who beat Inter Miami 6-0 in a friendly match held in Riyadh. Fans were looking forward to seeing Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi play against each other. Because they have been rivals for a long time, the match was called “The Last Dance.”
The Last Dance: Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr beat Messi’s Inter Miami 6-0 in Saudi friendly
The Last Dance couldn’t happen because Ronaldo wasn’t allowed by Al-Nassr’s boss, Luis Castro. Ronaldo couldn’t play because he was hurt, and Messi only played for seven minutes. Al-Nassr quickly showed that they were the best team, with Brazilian Talisca’s amazing hat trick taking the show.
The Saudi Pro League team showed how good they were right away by scoring three goals in the first 12 minutes, giving them a huge lead. After Miami lost the ball while trying to play from the back, Otavio scored with a well-placed shot. Talisca took advantage of Miami’s mistakes in defense by scoring his second goal on a penalty kick after halftime. This made the difference in class even clearer.
A stunning long-range free kick from Aymeric Laporte made the game even more exciting, leaving Drake Calender, the Miami goalie, stuck far from his line. The scoreboard showed that things were not going well for Inter Miami. Talisca celebrated his triple with a move that looked a lot like Ronaldo’s famous “Siu.”
The training match showed that Miami wasn’t ready yet. Messi’s Inter Miami has a tough tour of Asia coming up to finish getting ready for the new season. Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr, on the other hand, will play a friendly against foes Al-Hilal before a very important clash with Al Feiha in the AFC Champions League knockout round.