Ronaldo equals international goals world

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Publish Date : 2021-06-24 06:36:19
Ronaldo equals international goals world

Cristiano Ronaldo has equalled the world record for international goals, taking his tally to 109 to go level with former Iran forward Ali Daei.

Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored a staggering 109 goals for Portugal
Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored a staggering 109 goals for Portugal
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Cristiano Ronaldo's two goals against France on Matchday 3 of UEFA EURO 2020 have taken his international total for Portugal to 109, matching the world-record mark set by former Iran forward Ali Daei.

The 36-year-old Ronaldo, already Europe's top-scoring international footballer, has been hunting down Daei's total at UEFA EURO 2020, scoring twice in the Matchday 1 win against Hungary before his goal in the defeat in Germany in the second round of matches.


Two penalties against France at the Puskás Aréna pulled him level with Daei, the only other men's player to score a century of international goals.

Aymeric Laporte, Spain defender: "I guess time stopped a little bit when the ball was dropping towards me for my goal and my head was filled with thoughts about where to try and head the ball to beat the keeper. I've said it from the start: this is a dream for me and I'm very happy indeed."

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Star of the Match: Busquets reaction
Štefan Tarkovič, Slovakia coach: "It is difficult to play against such opposition. You need to be well organised, you need to play well in defence and we didn't do that. To make such mistakes against Spain is simply not acceptable. We changed certain things and the formation as well but, after the third goal, it turned into an exhibition match for Spain."

International top scorers
Ronaldo goals at five EUROs
109 Ali Daei (Iran) – 149 appearances
109 Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal) – 177 appearances
89 Mokhtar Dahari (Malaysia) – 142 appearances
84 Ferenc Puskás (Hungary) – 85 appearances
79 Godfrey Chitalu (Zambia) – 111 appearances
78 Hussein Saeed (Iraq) – 137 appearances
77 Pelé (Brazil) – 92 appearances
76 Ali Mabkhout (United Arab Emirates) – 92 appearances
75 Sándor Kocsis (Hungary) – 68 appearances
75 Kunishige Kamamoto (Japan) – 76 appearances
75 Bashar Abdullah (Kuwait) – 134 appearances

Highest-scoring final at a EURO
Czechoslovakia 2-2 West Germany (aet, Czechoslovakia win 5-3 on pens, 20/06/1976)
Spain 4-0 Italy (01/07/2012)
Technically the ball hit the back of the net more in the 1976 final, the only one to date to be settled on penalties, but shoot-out conversions do not count as goals in our statistics. Interestingly, the side who has scored first has won 12 of the 15 EURO finals to date; the winners conceded first in 1960, 1996 and 2000.

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Graham Hunter, Spain reporter
This wasn’t only what Spain was waiting for, what they needed – it was quite good. There were flaws: before La Roja were, literally, handed a goal we saw them stuttering a little. Chances created, chances spurned – like day follows night. But once the verve was in them they were attractive to watch and the self-assurance oozed. Luis Enrique, increasingly questioned, got things plumb right. The tournament favourites might not be quaking, but La Roja are on the rise again.

Skill of the Day: Ferran Torres (Spain)
Reaction
Luis Enrique, Spain coach: "Not every single thing came off for us but I'm satisfied because we made the fans enjoy themselves and my players are very happy with what they did. The atmosphere was superb and we now can't wait for the next match. I warned everyone that when the cork was out of the bottle the champagne would flow and that's what happened here. But we have things to improve, for sure."

Sergio Busquets, Spain captain: "This is the way we want to continue performing. It's going to bring confidence and morale. Now we have to play the World Cup runners-up. Hopefully we play at this level to get one step closer to our objective."

Aymeric Laporte, Spain defender: "I guess time stopped a little bit when the ball was dropping towards me for my goal and my head was filled with thoughts about where to try and head the ball to beat the keeper. I've said it from the start: this is a dream for me and I'm very happy indeed."

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Star of the Match: Busquets reaction
Štefan Tarkovič, Slovakia coach: "It is difficult to play against such opposition. You need to be well organised, you need to play well in defence and we didn't do that. To make such mistakes against Spain is simply not acceptable. We changed certain things and the formation as well but, after the third goal, it turned into an exhibition match for Spain."

Martin Dúbravka, Slovakia goalkeeper: "The first goal was my fault. I will be regret this for a long time, but it's happened. Then came the second and it was tough for us to the end of the game. Spain that controlled the game much more easily after that."

Ondrej Duda, Slovakia midfielder: "More than our elimination, I regret this margin of defeat. That isn't how we wanted to say goodbye to the tournament. We need to forget about today´s game quickly."

Key stats
Spain equalled the record margin of victory in a EURO finals.
Spain have made it through the group stage for the sixth time in the seven editions since the expansion to 16 teams.
Until Ferran Torres struck, Spain's previous 11 goals had been scored by 11 different players.
Spain have missed their last five penalties.
Laporte scored his first Spain goal, on his fourth appearance.
Line-ups
Slovakia: Dúbravka; Pekarík, Šatka, Škriniar, Hubočan; Kucka, Hromada (Lobotka); Haraslín (Suslov 69), Hamšík (Bénes 90), Mak (Weiss 69); Duda (Ďuriš 46)

Spain: Unai Simón; Azpilicueta (Oyarzabal 77), Eric García (Pau Torres 71), Laporte, Jordi Alba; Koke, Busquets (Thiago Alcántara 71), Pedri; Sarabia, Morata (Ferran Torres 66), Gerard Moreno (Traoré 77)



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