CRISTIANO RONALDO was taunted by rival fans as Al-Nassr were knocked out of the Saudi Super Cup.
Al-Nassr were beaten 3-1 by Al-Ittihad in the semi-final.
Ronaldo is still waiting for his first goal for his new club having drawn a blank in his first two appearances.
Ronaldo cut a frustrated figure as his side dominated with 64 per cent possession, but only got three shots on target to Al-Ittihad's five.
His miserable day got off to a bad start when he was mocked by Al-Ittihad fans at the King Fahd International Stadium.
Supporters goaded Ronaldo with cries of "Messi, Messi, Messi."
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Ronaldo, 37, came face-to-face with his rival earlier this month when a Saudi all-star team took on Paris Saint-Germain.
Both players got on the scoresheet with CR7 grabbing two goals and picking up the man of the match award.
The pair embraced before kick-off and seemed amiable as they put an arm around one another.
Ronaldo took to Instagram after the game, which PSG won 5-4, to share a classy message about the World Cup winner.
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He said: "So happy to be back on the pitch, and on the score sheet!!
"And nice to see some old friends!👍🏼"
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