- Olunga is expected to lead his club’s attacking mission.
- Ronaldo has scored three goals in Al-Nassr’s last five games.
Harambee stars Captain Michael Olunga says he is more than ready to face off Cristiano Ronaldo at today’s AFC champions league match in Riyadh, Arabia.
Olunga says he is unshaken as he prepares to lead Al Duhail’s attacking mission.
“Al-Nasr has a number of distinguished players who have succeeded in winning many titles in their professional careers, but we will face a complete system, and we will not face every player alone,”Olunga told the press.
The match is set to kick off at 9 pm Kenyan time in Riyadh.Olunga adding that there main interest is to achieve a positive result.
“When you talk about Cristiano Ronaldo, you talk about one of the best players in the world, and for me, it is an honor to play on the same field with him, but our goal tomorrow is to win the match,”
For Al Duhail, it’s a crucial game, as they have collected just one point from two matches in their group. Winning this match is imperative if they are to advance in the tournament.
Ronaldo will be relying on his talents to drive Al Nassr’s goal-scoring efforts.
“Everyone is ready for it, and everyone respects the capabilities of Al-Nassr players, and we know that we have to work on ourselves in order to present a strong match in a collective manner,”
Olunga stated that while it would be an honor to share the pitch with Cristiano Ronaldo, the primary focus remains on the team’s ultimate goal – securing a victory