We all know Cristiano Ronaldo is a winner, and the Portugal star wants to win every competition he competes in as long as he is fit.
Chasing team honours is a big deal for him, and the attacker has won some of them, but he also usually wants to win individual honours, most especially the top scorer gong.
Despite approaching 40, the Real Madrid legend has continued to bang in the goals at Al-Nassr, and he is working hard to fire them to the league title in this campaign, even though it seems like mission impossible now.
Winning the award for Saudi Pro League’s leading scorer will also be difficult for the attacker, even though he has scored 14 times in 15 league games since he joined this club.
This is an impressive number for someone who only joined the league a few months ago, but Ronaldo is nowhere near the current leading scorer in any way.
Al-Ittihad striker Abderrazak Hamdallah is leading the scoring standings now with 20 league goals and that will be a tough target for Ronaldo to meet.
Al Hilal’s Odion Ighalo is second in the standing with 18 goals, and Ronaldo has just two matches to catch up with these strikers before the league season ends.