The last meho war of this era unfolds. A Saudi Arabian businessman paid a fortune for this.

British media ‘The Sun’ said on the 18th (Korean time), “A businessman in Saudi Arabia paid 2.2 million pounds (approximately 3.3 billion won) for a VIP ticket to see the match between Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nasr). ) was paid,” he said.

These tickets were sold through auction. The starting bid was 220,000 pounds (about 300 million won), but after soaring 10 times, it went into the hands of a Saudi Arabian businessman. It was a ticket auction held with good intentions to raise money for charity, so the auction price jumped absurdly, but it draws great attention in that it is a meho war that will never be seen again. 카지노사이트

Messi and Ronaldo will face each other in a friendly match between Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and Al Nasr-Al-Hilal at the King Fahd Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia at 2:00 am on the 20th.

This special exhibition, which is being held as part of PSG’s Middle East tour, is gaining huge popularity with Ronaldo’s transfer to Al Nasr. As it is known that Ronaldo will be selected for the combined team as Al-Nasr’s representative, more than 2 million requests are already flooding in for tickets to the 68,000-seat stadium.

The two, who had been fighting for the top spot for more than 10 years, now have a different stage of activity. Since we can no longer meet in Europe, this match has a great meaning for the fans of the two players. It is the first two years since the European Champions League in December 2020 that the two will face off.

The previous day, coach Marcelo Gallardo, who leads the united team, selected 22 players and, as expected, Ronaldo was included. Former national team defender Jang Hyeon-soo will also represent Al-Hilal against PSG.

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