Crazy scenes in Iran where the hosts Persepolis, a team from Tehran, will face Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr in the Asian Champions League. An unknown number of people occupied the streets and then chased the team bus to the hotel. The team also had to cancel finishing.
There Asian Champions League is ready to start with the first day of the group stage. All eyes are clearly on the Saudi teams protagonists of a pharaonic market. In particular Cristiano Ronaldo than with his Al Nassr dwill have to challenge the Iranians of Persepolis FC and also FC Istiklol of Tajikistan in addition to the Qataris ofAl Duhail which we got to know during the market. CR7 in Tahikistan will play in the city of Dushanbe which is the capital of almost one and a half million inhabitants.
An important and curious experience that the Portuguese champion has already had the opportunity to perceive with the welcome he received in Iran, precisely in the capital of Tehran on the occasion of the first match of the group match against Persepolis. The images taken by local media and local people highlighted the incredible welcome received by the two Al Nassr buses upon arrival in the Iranian capital. There is clearly great anticipation for Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival on Iranian soil. The Saudi team’s buses were literally stormed and chased all the way by an unknown number of people who occupied the streets.
In addition to being stationed along the side of the road, the inhabitants of Tehran shouted and screamed at the arrival of the Al Nassr, filming everything with their smartphones. Not happy, especially the younger ones, hdecided to chase the buses until they arrived at the hotel. Impressive scenes that show the enthusiasm sparked in the city by Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival in the Iranian capital. Portuguese, like the others Brozovic and Mané, they will have the task of starting off on the right foot in the Champions League to aim for the title which clearly sees one of the Saudi teams, primarily CR7’s Al Nassr, as the favorite for the final victory.
The scenes of uncontrolled enthusiasm around the Al Nassr then continued up to the hotel. Thousands of people have in fact besieged the hotel where Cristiano Ronaldo’s team will stay in the hope of snatching a selfie or a simple photo from the certainly most anticipated player of this Asian Champions League. The match will be played tomorrow at 8.00 pm at the Azadi Stadium in Tehran, a facility with almost 80 thousand spectators which will inevitably be sold out for the occasion. It won’t be a quiet night for Al Nassr as the hotel will be stormed by opposing fans and curious people waiting to see CR7 come out. The Saudi club even had to cancel training due to the euphoria generated by the sight of Cristiano Ronaldo.