Cristiano Ronaldo, the 38-year-old football star, is facing the possibility of a trophyless season with his new club, Al Nassr. The team was recently knocked out of the King’s Cup by Al Wehda with a 1-0 scoreline, which means that the only trophy left for them to compete for is the Saudi Pro League title. However, Al Nassr is currently in second place, three points behind Al-Ittihad, and has played one more game. If they do not win the title, it will be the second consecutive season that Ronaldo has failed to win any silverware, after a disappointing campaign with Manchester United last year. This would be the first time in his career that he has gone two seasons without winning any trophies. Despite this, Ronaldo has still had a decent individual performance with Al-Nassr, scoring 11 goals in 14 appearances for his new club, with a goal every game in the Saudi Pro League. He will be doing all he can to ensure that the trophy drought does not continue into next season.