Ronaldo’s Record-Breaking Performance Leads Portugal to a 4-0 Victory over Liechtenstein

Cristiano Ronaldo

Portugal’s star forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, has once again made history by breaking the international appearances record and scoring two goals in Portugal’s Euro 2024 qualifying match against Liechtenstein. In what was a standout performance, the 38-year-old scored a penalty in the 51st minute and a stunning free-kick in the 63rd minute, bringing his international goal tally to 120. Despite missing a few clear-cut chances, Ronaldo’s impact on Portugal’s victory cannot be underestimated.

Portugal’s Ronaldo Creates History with 197th Cap and Two Goals against Liechtenstein

In his 197th international appearance, Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals for Portugal, including a penalty in the 51st minute and a breathtaking free-kick in the 63rd minute. With these goals, Ronaldo’s total international goal count increased to 120. Although he missed several clear opportunities to score, Ronaldo’s performance was crucial in securing Portugal’s victory.

Ronaldo’s career has been exceptional, characterised by his extraordinary skills, unwavering work ethic, and consistent performances on the field. Since joining the Portuguese national team in 2003, he has played an integral part in their achievements, including the Euro 2016 championship and the 2019 UEFA Nations League title. Even as he nears the end of his career, Ronaldo’s dedication to his national team and his role as a vital player remain unchanged.

Martinez’s Tactical Genius Helps Portugal Secure Impressive Victory in Euro 2024 Qualifiers

The match against Liechtenstein also marked the debut of Roberto Martinez as the new head coach of the Portuguese national team. Under his guidance, Portugal displayed a solid and attacking style of play, neutralising their opponents’ threats and securing a convincing win in the qualifiers’ opening match.

Martinez was full of praise for the team’s performance and stressed the importance of Ronaldo’s experience and dedication to the squad’s new era. With a promising start to the Euro 2024 qualifiers, the Portuguese national team will be looking to build on their success with the help of their star player.

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