Ronaldo's mother lights a candle for the Portuguese national team
Dolores Aveiro, the mother of Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, revealed that she lit a candle for the Portuguese national team at Funchal Cathedral on the island of Madeira in Portugal, before the match that ended with the team’s 3-0 victory over Hungary on Tuesday evening in the first round of the group stage matches of the European Football Championship (European Football Championship). Euro 2020).
At the Puskas Arena in the Hungarian capital Budapest, the Portuguese national team won the match against Hungary with three goals, two of which were scored by Ronaldo, and the other goal went to Rafael Guerrero.
Ronaldo was the top scorer in the European Championship finals, raising his score to 11 goals.
"The important thing is to win," Dolores Aveiro told Portuguese media before the match.
Aveiro expressed confidence in the success of the Portuguese team in preserving the European Championship title, and revealed that she intends to attend the final match of the tournament, which will be held in the British capital, London.
"I'm just going to watch the final," Aveiro added. "The party is here in Madeira."
When asked about her expectations for how long Ronaldo, 36, will remain a superstar at the highest levels, she said: "Another three years or so.
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