Ronaldo makes history as Brazil join the party

Cristiano Ronaldo turned into the main man to score at five World Cups as Portugal beat Ghana 3-2 in their initial Gathering H match on Thursday. The 37-year-old striker switched a punishment in the 65th moment over completely to give Portugal the lead, and he added a second objective in the 80th moment to get the triumph.

Ronaldo, who is presently the untouched driving goalscorer in men’s global football with 118 objectives, had recently scored at the 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018 World Cups. He is presently the main player to have scored at five unique World Cups.

In the mean time, Brazil joined the party as they beat Serbia 2-0 in their initial Gathering G match. Richarlison scored both of Brazil’s objectives, with a header in the 62nd moment and a staggering volley in the 73rd moment.

Brazil’s triumph was their most memorable success at the World Cup beginning around 2018, and it was an indication that they are back in dispute for the title. The Selecao have areas of strength for a, and they will be hoping to go as far as possible in Qatar.

Other striking outcomes from Thursday’s Reality Cup activity:

Switzerland 1-0 Cameroon
South Korea 0-0 Uruguay
Friday’s Reality Cup installations:

Britain versus USA
Senegal versus Netherlands
Grains versus Iran
Qatar versus Ecuador

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