Portugal’s Victory Over Ronaldo’s Record Goal: Out Of Morocco | 2018 FIFA World Cup News
With the scoring header goal of world’s top footballer Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal won a 1-0 win against Morocco in 2018 FIFA World Cup, along with strengthening the hopes of entering the knockout round.
Ronaldo was proud of being the European player who scored the most goals with 85 goals in international football, with this goal. And With this, the total of its total goals in the ongoing World Cup in Russia has been four.
After the introduction of Portugal in the beginning, Morocco strengthened his defense and made a huge effort to return to the match in the second half. However, the same amazing game Ronaldo had shown by the Portuguese goalkeeper Rudi Patricia.
Patricians failed to make an effective attempt to hit Yunus Belhonda’s goal in Morocco. The tension between the players has also seen in the high voltage match.
The Moroccan player made a huge appeal to get a penalty at one stage in the match, but the referee refused. It also became the first team to break out of the World Cup 2018. They had previously lost 0-1 in the match against Iran.
In the previous match, with Ronaldo’s goal hat-trick, Portugal scored a high scoring match 3-3 against Spain. After which this is his first victory.
They will now face Iran in the final group match. When the final match of Morocco will play against Spain. So Portugal’s win has put pressure on Spain now. The final matches of Portugal and Morocco will play on Monday, June 25. Ronaldo was named the man of the match for the second consecutive match.
Ronaldo broke a 56-year-old record of Hungary’s Puscus
Cristiano Ronaldo scored history in the FIFA World Cup by scoring a hat-trick against the first match. Now breaking the 56-year-old record as a European player who scored the highest goal in football history, hitting the header goal in the second group match against Morocco.
Ronaldo scored a career 85 goals in front of Morocco. With this, he outnumbered Hungarian legend Ferenc Puczas. Puscas CE From 1945 to 1962, he scored 84 goals in 89 matches from Hungary and Spain. When Ronaldo scored 85 goals in his 152nd career.
The record of all-time high goals in international football is named after Ali Dian of Iran. So Who has From 1993 to 2006, he scored 109 goals in 149 balls.