November 29, 2023

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Cristiano Ronaldo leads Portugal to the European Championship with his historic 125th international goal  Euro 2024 qualifiers

Cristiano Ronaldo leads Portugal to the European Championship with his historic 125th international goal Euro 2024 qualifiers

  1. 19′ – Goal – Gonzalo Ramos (1 – 0)
  2. 30′ – Goal from a penalty kick – Cristiano Ronaldo (2 – 0)
  3. 32′ – Yellow – Peter Pekarek
  1. 58′ – Yellow – Bruno Fernandes
  2. 62′ – Yellow – Ondrej Duda
  3. 66′ – Continue. Rafael Leao by João Felix
  4. 66′ – Continue. Robert Poznik Written by Robert Polivka
  5. 70′ – Goal – David Hanko (2 – 1)
  6. 73′ – Goal – Cristiano Ronaldo (3 – 1)
  7. 76′ – Yellow – Joao Baleña
  8. 77′ – Continue. Peter Pekarek by Michal Tomic
  9. 81′ – Goal – Stanislav Lobotka (3 – 2)
  10. 86′ – Yellow – Tomas Suslov
  11. 87′ – Continue. Joao Palinha by Ottavio
  12. 87′ – Continue. Bernardo Silva by Ruben Neves
  13. 87′ – Continue. Gonzalo Ramos by Diogo Jota
  14. 87′ – Continue. Evan Schranz by David Dorris
  15. 90+5′ – Yellow – Patrick Hrushowski
  16. 90+5′ – Yellow – Norbert Guemperre

European Championship Qualifiers – Round 7 – 10/13/23 – 20:47

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19′

Gonçalo Ramos

19′

Gonçalo Ramos

1 – 0

30′

Cristiano Ronaldo

30′

Cristiano Ronaldo

2 – 0

70′

David Hanko

2 – 1

David Hanko

70′

73′

Cristiano Ronaldo

73′

Cristiano Ronaldo

3 – 1

81′

Stanislav Lobotka

3 – 2

Stanislav Lobotka

81′

21 at 21: Portugal qualified for the European Championship with a perfect report (provisional).

No one will complain about that. With our former national coach, many of the world’s best players and, of course, Cristiano Ronaldo, the southern European players have already announced themselves as one of the most interesting participants.

Ronaldo also played a leading role in the qualifiers against Slovakia. Gonzalo Ramos opened the scoring, but then the spotlight turned back to the record holder.

With the 124th international goal, Ronaldo doubled the lead from 11 metres. After the equalizing goal scored by Hanko, Al-Dhahirah returned, reassuring the country with a score of 3-1.

That number was 125, another historic achievement that no footballer has ever achieved. Lobotki’s 3-2 scoreline could no longer spoil the Portuguese team.

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  1. Second half, 97th minute, the match is over
  2. Yellow card for Slovakia player Norbert Giomber in the 95th minute
  3. Yellow card for Slovakia player Patrik Hrushovski in the 95th minute
  4. Second half, minute 87. Substitution for Slovakia, with David Doris coming on and Ivan Schranz coming off
  5. Second half, minute 87. Substitution for Portugal, with Diogo Jota on and Gonzalo Ramos off.
  6. Second half, minute 87. Substitution for Portugal, with Ruben Neves coming on and Bernardo Silva coming off.
  7. Second half, minute 87. Substitution for Portugal, with Otavio coming on and Joao Balenha coming off
  8. Yellow card for Slovakia player Tomas Suslov in the second half (86th minute).
  9. The second half goal in the 81st minute was scored by Stanislav Lobotka of Slovakia. 3, 2.
  10. Second half, minute 77. Substitution for Slovakia, Michal Tomic comes on, Petr Pekarek comes on.
  11. Yellow card for Portugal player Joao Baleña in the second half in the 76th minute
  12. Second half goal in the 73rd minute by Portuguese Cristiano Ronaldo. 3, 1.
  13. The second half goal in the 70th minute was scored by Slovakia’s David Hanko. 2, 1.
  14. Second half, minute 66. Substitution for Slovakia, Robert Polivka comes on, Robert Boznik comes on.
  15. Second half, minute 66. Substitution for Portugal, with Joao Felix on and Rafael Leao off.
  16. Yellow card for Slovakia player Ondrej Duda in the 62nd minute
  17. Yellow card for Bruno Fernandes for Portugal in the second half in the 58th minute
  18. Second half, minute 46, the match started
  19. End of the first half, 9:51 p.m., substitution for Slovakia, with Laszlo Benes coming on and Juraj Kuka coming off.
  20. Rest 21 hours 51. Substituted Slovakia, Tomas Suslov, Robert Mack out.