(Qatar World Cup) Cristiano Ronaldo scored a goal to create history Portugal beat Ghana 3:2

  China News Agency, Doha, November 24th. On the 24th, the Qatar World Cup ushered in the focus of the match. The Portuguese team led by Cristiano Ronaldo narrowly beat the African powerhouse Ghana 3:2 at the 974 Stadium.

In the game, Ronaldo opened the scoring with a penalty kick for the team, becoming the first player in history to score in five consecutive World Cups.

  Before the game, the conflict between Ronaldo and his old club Manchester United was frequently searched, and the Portuguese team's pre-match press conference evolved into a thorough questioning of Ronaldo's personal problems.

Coach Santos emphasized that no one in the team talked about Ronaldo's personal problems, "C Ronaldo's departure from Manchester United will not distract me."

  Facing the bottom of the world ranking Ghana, Portugal's goal is to take all 3 points.

After the start of the game, the Portuguese team made steady progress through passing, and pressed immediately after the ball changed hands, limiting Ghana's control of the football.

But in the face of intensive defense, the Portuguese team failed to score goals. Although there were 7 shots in the first half, they failed to score.

  The deadlock was broken in the second half.

In the 64th minute, Felix made a wonderful pass with his heel. Ronaldo caught the ball in the penalty area and was tripped by the Ghanaian defender. He got a penalty kick. He took the penalty overnight and the Portuguese team led 1:0.

Ronaldo made history with this goal, becoming the first player to score in five consecutive World Cups.

  In the 72nd minute, Ghanaian player Qudus inserted into the penalty area and returned a pass, followed by Andre Ayew and scored a goal to equalize the score.

Five minutes later, Felix received a straight shot from Bruno Fernandez and scored the goal. Portugal led again 2:1.

In the 79th minute, Bruno Fernandez sent another wonderful pass, and Leo, who came off the bench, made a contribution and expanded the score to 3:1.

  Two goals behind the Ghana team showed amazing resilience.

In the 88th minute, Bukari scored with a header to rewrite the score to 2:3.

In the 8th minute of stoppage time, Portuguese goalkeeper Costa didn't pay attention to the Ghanaian players behind him when he kicked off the ball.

In the end, the Portuguese team narrowly won 3:2.

  After this battle, the Portuguese team scored 3 points and ranked first in Group H. South Korea and Uruguay, which had scored a goalless draw earlier, ranked second and third respectively.