Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks World Cup Record Against Ghana | Cristiano Ronaldo’s World Cup Goals

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Cristiano Ronaldo breaks World Cup record with Ghana goal

FIFA WC 2022: Ronaldo scores world record against Ghana; Even Messi-Maradona could not touch this stage. Ronaldo has also previously scored goals in 2006, 2010, 2014, and 2018 FIFA World Cups. It was Ronaldo’s 18th goal in a FIFA World Cup and eighth in all World Cup.

How many goals has Ronaldo scored in World Cup history?

Portugal’s star striker and captain Cristiano Ronaldo has created history. He became the first player in the world to score in five editions of the FIFA World Cup. This is a record that even legends like Lionel Messi, Maradona, and Pele have not been able to achieve. Ronaldo has also previously scored goals in the 2006, 2010, 2014, and 2018 FIFA World Cups. It was Ronaldo’s 18th goal in a FIFA World Cup and eighth in all World Cups.

Did Ronaldo break Messi’s record?

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Who is the most goal-scorer in the world? Ronaldo became his country’s youngest and oldest goalscorer at the FIFA World Cup. He is the third player in the world to do so. He became the youngest goalscorer for Portugal at the FIFA World Cup and is now the oldest after scoring against Ghana. Earlier, this feat was done by Croatia’s Ivica Olic and Denmark’s Michael Laudrup. Ronaldo has scored 13 goals in 14 appearances, including major tournaments such as the FIFA World Cup and the Euro Cup. He also became the first player in the world to score penalty goals in three World Cups.

How many goals has Ronaldo scored in World Cup history?

In fact, in the 65th minute of the match, Ronaldo was brought down and fouled by Salisu in the Ghanaian box. The referee offered a penalty to Portugal. The Portugal captain created history by scoring a goal. It was his 118th international goal and he is the number one international goal scorer.

Ronaldo’s Portugal defeated Ghana 3-2 in a thrilling match. All five goals in the match came in the last 25 minutes. Ronaldo scored in the 65th minute, Joao Felix in the 78th minute, and Rafael Liao in the 80th minute for Portugal. At the same time, Andre Au scored in the 73rd minute, and Usman Bukhari scored in the 89th minute for Ghana.