FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022: Cristiano Ronaldo makes history

Cristiano Ronaldo closed his eyes and took a deep breath before making World Cup history. With his 65th-minute penalty in a 3-2 triumph over Ghana on Thursday, the Portugal striker became the first male player to score in five World Cups.

Cristiano Ronaldo makes history in Qatar

 Cristiano Ronaldo

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Andre Ayew equalized for Ghana eight minutes later, but Joao Felix restored Portugal’s advantage in the 78th minute, and Rafael Leao scored a third. In the 89th year, Osman Bukari lowered Ghana’s deficit. Ronaldo, 37, was seeking to show off his skills to possible new teams after his contract with Manchester United expired last week.

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After squandering two decent chances in the first half, he was brought down by Ghana defender Mohammed Salisu, earning a penalty. A smiling Ronaldo performed his usual leap and swivel in the air as the crowd roared his trademark SI-UUU as he did the pirouette before being mobbed by teammates as he wheeled away after the ball struck the back of the net. He currently has 118 international goals and has scored in every World Cup since his debut in 2006.

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