Portugal vs Ghana, in the Qatar 2020 World Cup: Cristiano Ronaldo scored a record goal and led the way to victory in a vibrant match

For group H, the Europeans beat the Africans by 3-2. All the goals were in the second half. The Portuguese striker is the first player to score in 5 World Cups. In the same area, Uruguay and South Korea tied without goals.

After the controversy after his controversial departure from Manchester United, Cristiano Ronaldo seems to have focused all his energies on the Qatar World Cup 2020: this Thursday he commanded Portugal in his victory over Ghanawhich left him first in group H, after the goalless draw between Uruguay and South Korea.

In the second half, the striker scored a penalty goal – taken after a dubious foul – and became the first player to score in five World Cups.

Then there was a rain of goals and the Portuguese team finished winning 3 to 2 in a vibrant finale, which leaves him in a good position for the next game against Uruguay.

The most outstanding moments of the game, minute by minute Clarion.

Portugal-Uruguay, the highlight of the next date in Group H

The Portuguese team and the Uruguayan team will meet on Monday from 4:00 p.m. in Argentina at the Lusail stadium. That same day, from 10 and in the Education City stadium, Korea will face Ghana.

Portugal leads Group H

With the victory against Ghana, the Portuguese team has 3 points, followed by Uruguay and South Korea, who tied without goals. Ghana closes the group with no units.

The goals for which Cristiano Ronaldo reached a new record

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates the victory and greets the public. Photo: AP

The Portuguese goalscorer scored a goal in his World Cup debut in Germany 2006, another in South Africa 2010 and also a goal in Brazil 2014. Ronaldo’s best performance was in Russia 2018, where he scored 4 goals. With the penalty converted this Thursday, he is the only player to score in five different World Cups.

Final in 974: Portugal beat Ghana 3-2 and leads Group H

Ronaldo celebrates the victory. Photo: Reuters.

With goals from Cristiano Ronaldo, Joao Félix and Leao, Portugal surpassed the African team.

Min. 98- A blooper by goalkeeper Diego Costa almost gave Ghana the tie

With the ball in his hands, Costa dropped it to the ground to serve long without noticing that there was a Ghanaian player behind. The African soccer player took the ball from him but it fell before controlling it and that prevented the agonizing tie.

Min. 95- Portugal suffers in the end and Ghana pushes with what they have

Without ideas but with a lot of self-respect, the African team tries to corner her against a Portugal that can hurt against.

Min. 92- Two changes in Portugal: Antoine Semenyo and Daniel Kofi Kyereh entered for Djiku and Abdul Samed.

Portugal beat Ghana 3-2 and play 9 more minutes

Min. 89- Goal by Ghana!

Mukari discounted his head. Photo: AFP

The admitted Osman Bukari, with a header after a cross from the left, discounted for Ghana, who now lose 3-2.

Min. 88- Cristiano Ronaldo leaves the field, applauded

Cristiano Ronaldo was replaced. Photo: AP

With a 3-1 advantage, the Portuguese coach reached out and arranged three changes to take care of footballers for the next game. Cristiano Ronaldo was replaced by Ramos. Also, Joao Felix and Bernardop Silva were replaced by Joao Mario and Palhinha.

With a flurry, Portugal breathes and beats Ghana 3-1

The African team made all the mistakes it didn’t have in the first half and allowed the Portuguese team to get back into the lead and then extend it.

Min. 79- Another goal from Portugal!

Bruno Fernandez qualified the admitted Leao very well, who placed the ball with category next to the left post.

Min. 77- Goal for Portugal! Joao Felix puts the Portuguese team ahead again

Cristiano Ronaldo enabled Félix who, entering from the right, slightly lifted the ball over the body of the African goalkeeper.

Min. 77- Change in Portugal: Rafael Leao for Neves

Min. 77- Two changes in Ghana: Jordan Ayew and Osman Bukari for Kudus and Andre Ayew.

Surprise in 974: Portugal and Ghana draw 1-1

With the advantage it seemed that Portugal would have spaces and chances to stretch the advantage, but in one of their first chances the African team beat Diego Costa and achieved equality.

Captain Ayew got the equalizer for the African team after pushing into the six-yard box a low cross from the left of Williams.

Min. 70- Forced to attack in search of an equalizer, Ghana leaves spaces in defense

Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal forces Ghana to take the lead and that allows Portugal to play with more space in the final metres.

Cristiano Ronaldo is a record

Ronaldo and Portugal celebrate the partial victory over Ghana. Photo: AFP

The Portuguese goalscorer became the first footballer in history to score in five different World Cups.

Min. 66- Change in Ghana, Lamptey for Alidu

Min. 64- Goal for Portugal! Cristiano Ronaldo from penalty

Ronaldo’s powerful and precise shot. Photo: Reuters.

The Portuguese captain put his team ahead with a powerful shot that went into the right corner.

Min. 62- Penalty for Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo falls in the area. Photo: AFP

The match referee penalized a dubious foul on Cristiano Ronaldo, who fell after struggling with a defender from the African team.

Min. 54 – Ghana had it with a shot that hit Diego Costa’s post

Kudus’s shot went off the post. Photo: AP

The African team had its clearest chance so far in the game. He came out quick on the counter and Kudus drove at speed until he unleashed a powerful left footed shot that went just wide of the left post.

Min. 53- Change in Portugal: Wiiliam replaces Otavio

Min. 47- Everything remains the same: Portugal handles the ball and Ghana resists with its defense near the area

Portugal handles the ball and moves it from one side to the other, but cannot break the defense of the African team, which waits very close to their area and becomes strong against Cristiano Ronaldo and company.

The second half is already playing Portugal and Ghana, who draw without goals

In the first half, Portugal monopolized possession of the ball and had two clear chances, but Cristiano Ronaldo missed them.

Portugal and Ghana, back on the field to play the second half

The first half ended: Portugal and Ghana draw 0-0

Cristiano Ronaldo seeks a new record. Photo: AFP

Portugal handled the ball and had two very clear situations but their scorer, Cristiano Ronaldo, failed in the definition.

Min. 43- Portugal owns the ball but fails to break the African defense

The midfielders of the Portuguese team move the ball but repeat themselves in centers due to the lack of spaces.

Min. 37- Two corner kicks in a row were Ghana’s most dangerous approaches

They were two corner kicks in a row in which they couldn’t even win with a header, but even so, it was the only moment in which the African team managed to get Portugal close to their goal.

Min. 30- The sanction of a non-existent foul prevents Ronaldo from opening the scoring and getting the record

Cristiano Ronaldo won the position of a Ghanaian defender inside the area and defined before Ati left, but the referee annulled the play considering that the Portuguese captain committed a foul with his right arm.

Min. 25- Portugal insists but loses clarity

After a first quarter of an hour in which it was dangerous and had two clear chances with Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal continues to handle the ball but with less clarity and risk for Ghana.

Min. 17- Defend as a block and in a few meters and get out quickly against, the recipe for Ghana

The African team gives the ball to Portugal, which adds passes between the center-backs and midfielders but lacks verticality. Ghana defends with all the soccer players in their field and is committed to coming out quickly against when they manage to recover the ball.

If Cristiano Ronaldo scores a goal, he will be the first footballer to score in 5 World Cups

The Portuguese captain will reach another record if he scores a goal for Ghana, since never in history has a footballer managed to score in five different World Cups.

Min. 12- Cristiano had it again but he missed with his head

Cristiano Ronaldo in the heights. Photo: AFP

The Portuguese captain jumped more than everyone inside the area and hit a cross from the left, but his header was faulty and went wide over Ati’s left post.

Min. 9- Cristiano Ronaldo had it

The Portuguese captain was left in front of the goalkeeper after a bad start from the African team but he arrived demanding and defined as best he could against Lawrence Ati, who covered with his body.

Min. 7- Joao Felix one of the most aggressive in Portugal

The Atlético Madrid striker attacks from the left and is one of the most striking in the Portuguese team.

Min. 3- Portugal already handles the ball and Ghana awaits withdrawn in their field

The Portuguese team assumed the leading role from the beginning and manages the match times at the start of the game.

The match between Portugal and Ghana began at stadium 974, for Group H

Portugal and Ghana take to the pitch at the 974 stadium for their World Cup debut in Qatar

Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo and Ghana’s Andre Ayew led their teams out onto the pitch.

The President of Ghana visited the players before the match with Portugal

The president of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo with the footballers before the debut.

The president of Ghana Nana Akufo-Addo visited the team’s players at the hotel shortly before you left for stadium 974 to make your World Cup debut in Qatar against Portugal.

Where to see the debut of Portugal and Ghana in Qatar

The Portuguese team led by Cristiano Ronaldo faces Ghana from 1:00 p.m. in Group H and the match will be televised by TyC Sports.

The referee of the match will be the Moroccan with American nationality, Ismail Elfath.

Cristiano Ronaldo, the great attraction in the World Cup debut of Portugal and Ghana in Qatar

The Portuguese goalscorer during the warm-up prior to the game. Photo: Reuters.

Ghana also has its team confirmed for the debut with Portugal

Confirmed formation of Portugal to face Ghana

The Portuguese dressing room, ready for the arrival of the team

Portugal and Ghana seek to climb to the top of Group H after the draw between Uruguay and South Korea

Uruguay and Korea did not take advantage in the Education City stadium and that goalless tie will allow Portugal or Ghana to be leaders alone if one of them manages to prevail and add three.

Uruguay and Korea fought until the end but drew 0-0. Photo: AP

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