Cristiano Ronaldo left the Al Nassr vs.
Al Ta'ee match to use the locker room.
As part of a two-match suspension, the 37-year-old had sat in a VIP box for the first 45 minutes of the game.
After United's loss to Everton in April, Ronaldo was given a suspension by the English Football Association (FA) for knocking a phone out of a supporter's hand.
Ronaldo watched the rest from the training room as he took his place in the crowd and waved to fans before the game.
He can be seen in a video being applauded by fans of the Saudi Arabian team after Brazilian Talisca scores his second goal.
In the first half, Talisca scored the game's first goal.
Ronaldo will also be absent from Al-Nassr's upcoming match against Riyadh rivals Al Shabab on January 14.
Al Nassr increased their lead over Al Shabad at the top of the Saudi Pro League to four points with their victory on Friday despite Al Shabad having played one more game.
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