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Cristiano Ronaldo Rescues Portugal

All things considered, he’s back. Not exactly winning, but rather drawing in any event that was sufficient as it ended up saving his group from fiasco like a Portuguese re-make of Superman III.

In the most exciting round of Euro 2016, Ronaldo scored twice and made one for Nani as he motivated his group over from the edge of end against Hungary.

Three times the Hungarians drove and Portugal, imperfect and confused now and again in guard, gazed at the lowness of an early exit.
Ronaldo tried an outrageous backheel and managed to pull it off to level the game at 2-2 after 49 minutes at the Stade des Lumieres

Three times, Ronaldo pulled them back. In doing as such, he turned into the primary player to score in four diverse European Championship finals, and moved inside one of Michel Platini’s record of nine objectives in the Euros.

He additionally set another record for appearances in the competition with 17, pushing forward of Edwin van der Sar and Lilian Thuram.


‘It’s another record yet that falls into place without a hitch,’ said Ronaldo. ‘I can’t say I’m not glad but rather the need was to endure.

‘It was a crazy match. We were in desperate straits. We needed to win however three times we were going home and three times we made it back.’

Goalkeeper Rui Patricio was unable to get to Dzsudzsak’s powerful effort as it nestled in the back of his net to lead 2-1 after 46 minutes
Goalkeeper Rui Patricio was unable to get to Dzsudzsak’s powerful effort as it nestled in the back of his net to lead 2-1 after 46 minutes

‘Ronaldo is a world-class player and an extremely dangerous player and you can’t control him constantly,’ said Hungary supervisor Storck, who settled for the draw as the clock ticked down.

Uncertain what was going on amongst Iceland and Austria, Ronaldo hurried to recover the ball from the net. He fancied a cap trap and verging on finished it.

Group F Table


HUNGARY (4-1-4-1): Kiraly 5; Lang 5, Juhasz 5, Guzmics 6, Korhut 5; Gera 7 (Bese 46, 6); Lovrencsics 6.5 (Stieber 83), Elek 7, Pinter 7, Dzsudzsak 7.5; Szalai 7 (Nemeth 71, 5).

Subs not used: Dibusz, Kadar,Fiola, Nagy, Bode, Kleinheisler, Nikolic, Priskin, Gulacsi.

Goals: Gera 19, Dzsudzsak 46, 54

Booked: Juhasz, Gera, Guzmics, Dzsudzsak

Manager: Bernd Storck 7

PORTUGAL (4-4-2): Patricio 5; Vieirinha 5, Pepe 6, R.Carvalho 5, Eliseu 5; Mario 7, W.Carvalho 6, Moutinho 5 (Sanches 46 min, 6), Gomes 5 (Quaresma 61, 7); Nani 7 (Danilo 81), Ronaldo 8.

Subs not used: Lopes, Bruno Alves, Fonte, Guerreiro, Eder, Rafa, Cedric, Adrien Silva, Eduardo

Goals: Nani 42, Ronaldo 49, 61

Manager: Fernando Santos 7.

Man of the match: Cristiano Ronaldo

Twice more he went close yet he had kept the fantasy alive for Portugal. What’s more, he’s ready to get it done.

‘This is what he’s about,’ said supervisor Fernando Santos. ‘He needs to score since he’s a champ. He plays in advance and in the event that he nourishes on objectives. He’s a decided and sure player however this will build those levels.’

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