The Portuguese ace was spot on for his new club against Al Wahda, finding the back of the net several times in the domestic competition.

Yes, he may not be playing in Europe anymore, but that does not mean that Cristiano Ronaldo will not continue to score wherever he is.

The Portuguese ace had already scored his first goal for Al Nassr via a penalty kick last weekend, but he was now able to find the back of the net twice in the first half of his new team's match against Al Wahda. To make things even more special, CR7 added another record to his prominent resume.

The first of his goals came just after the 20-minute mark, when he drilled a left-footed shot past the goalkeeper. This was his first open play goal in the Saudi Pro League. 

Have a look at this nice finish by the Portuguese star (Image might be geo-restricted).

Then, when the game was approaching the end of the first half, Ronaldo ran past one of Al Wehda's defenders to show he has some miles left on his legs to find the back of the net for a second time in the game. Here's that finish by the former Manchester United man (Image might be geo-restricted).

During the second half, Ronaldo would go on to add two more goals to his tally, including a penalty kick to make it three-nil and one more strike after a speedy run down the right flank. (Image might be geo-restricted).

The footballer chose quite a night to accomplish this poker, which led him to score his 500th goal when it comes to league matches.