Euro 2024 (S): Ronaldo still top

Euro 2024 (S): Ronaldo still top

Faraj Bin Lahousin, Media 365, published on Sunday, March 26, 2023 at 11:02 pm

Cristiano Ronaldo, the eternal 38-year-old, set two world records on Sunday for Portugal against Luxembourg (0-6) as part of the Euro 2024 qualifiers.

Cristiano Ronaldo is immortal. At the age of 38, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner improved his world record for selections during Portugal's emphatic victory over Luxembourg (0-6). A milestone he was keen to celebrate personally by opening the result prematurely (0-1, 9th place). After being bothered by a VAR alert, the Portuguese was finally able to celebrate his achievement with his partners, earning a deduction from Nuno Mendes. After two more goals scored by Joao Felix (0-2, 15th place) and Bernardo Silva (0-3, 18th place), Cristiano Ronaldo improved his personal statistics with a second goal from his left foot (0-4, 31st place). This brings the number of his achievements on the international scene to 122. Another breathtaking record For the former Real Madrid striker.

Feeling a sense of duty, King Ronaldo gave up his place in the 64th minute to Gonzalo Ramos. The Seleção is not yet finished facing Luxembourg, who were martyred until the final whistle on Sunday. Otavio (0-5, 77) and Rafael Leao (0-6, 89) provided the final package of these offensive fireworks.. The only nation in Group J to have won its first two matches, Portugal leads the way in Euro 2024 qualifiers ahead of Slovakia. For its part, the latter defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina on Sunday evening in Bratislava with a score of 2-0. Coming into the match for the visitors, Edin Dzeko could do nothing to avoid defeat for his team.

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Italy without forcing Malta

Meanwhile, Italy crossed part of the Mediterranean Sea to confront Malta. Without surprise, The European champions mastered their theme thanks to goals from Matteo Retegui (0-1, 15) and Matteo Pessina (0-2, 27).. Instead of this much overhauled team, Marco Verratti came off the bench in the 66th minute in contrast to his PSG teammate, Gianluigi Donnarumma, who kept the cage across the Alps throughout the match. Following their defeat by England on Thursday in Naples, the Italians sit in second place in Group C of the Euro 2024 qualifiers.

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