Star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates a day out with his Al Nassr teammates to celebrate Saudi Arabia’s Founding Day.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner who signed a 2-1/2 year deal with Saudi Arabia‘s Football Club Al Nassr in December dressed in traditional Middle Eastern attire the Daglah robe – to mark the occasion on the day that Saudi Arabia celebrates the forming of the very first state in the country three centuries ago.
22nd February was declared an official holiday by a Royal Decree last year.
The superstar also shared a video from the day on his social media platforms as well, wishing the Kingdom his best. Posing a video on his Twitter and Instagram account, captioning the day: ‘Happy founding day to Saudi Arabia’, Ronaldo posed with his arms crossed and looking directly down at the camera as he smiles while dressed in a gold-printed Daglah.
Ronaldo was also captured participating in a traditional Ardah dance that featured Arab swords.
He was also seen with a Saudi Arabian flag draped around his shoulders.
Remember that The history of “Founding Day” goes back to three centuries ago when the first Saudi state was established in 1727 during the leadership of Imam Muhammad bin Saud.