葡萄牙3-2加納。克里斯蒂亞諾-羅納爾多在勝利後被譽為 "現象 "和 "傳奇

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葡萄牙3-2加納。克里斯蒂亞諾-羅納爾多在勝利後被譽為 "現象 "和 "傳奇

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前去觀看葡萄牙和加納比賽的球迷本來期待着克里斯蒂亞諾-羅納爾多的主演表現。

觀眾們見證了歷史,37歲的羅納爾多成為第一個在五屆世界盃上進球的人,因為3-2戰勝加納的比賽給2016年歐洲冠軍帶來了這場比賽的完美開端。

這個進球和結果將是一個受歡迎的轉移,因為場外的問題已經為羅納爾多在比賽中的準備工作蒙上了陰影。

上周,他在接受TalkTV採訪時對曼聯和主教練埃里克-十哈格進行了抨擊,隨後通過 "雙方協議 "離開了俱樂部。

"這是一個結束篇章的一周,它已經結束了。我們贏了,我可以幫助球隊--其他的並不重要,"羅納爾多在賽後說。

"這是一個美麗的時刻,我的第五屆世界盃。

"我們贏了,我們用我們的好腳開始,這是一場非常重要的勝利。在這些比賽中,第一場比賽是至關重要的。"第一個在五屆世界盃上進球的球員,這讓我非常自豪。"

有史以來最好的球員之一

在多哈,42600名觀眾中只有一個人是前來觀看的。

在球場外的Ras Bu Aboud站,一位母親、兒子和女兒都穿着 "羅納爾多7號 "球衣,男孩說他是 "我最喜歡的"。

就在轉門外,支持者們聚集在一起,拍照留念,有些人還跑着重現了他著名的 "小 "慶祝動作。

當羅納爾多在比賽前帶領他的球隊進行熱身時,他得到了震耳欲聾的歡呼聲,當葡萄牙隊的名單被宣讀時,他的名字得到了最熱烈的歡呼。

當球隊排隊唱國歌時,鏡頭轉向羅納爾多--他是站在陣容中的第一個人--他在唱《A Portuguesa》時顯得相當激動,眼裡充滿了淚水。

這位前鋒早些時候錯過了兩次重要的機會,並有一個進球被判罰無效,他的重要時刻在下半場到來。

在南安普頓後衛Mohammed Salisu的密切關注下,羅納爾多撞到了甲板上,美國裁判指了指點球點,他瀟灑地站了起來。

羅納爾多飛快地跑到角旗前,進行他著名的慶祝活動,在球場上跳躍和旋轉,"Siuuuu "聲響徹整個球場。

葡萄牙老闆費爾南多-桑托說。"世界上最好的球員之一,有史以來最好的球員之一。

"克里斯蒂亞諾-羅納爾多是一個現象,一個像許多人一樣的傳奇人物。50年後,我們將繼續談論他。"

羅納爾多在比賽還剩3分鐘時被貢卡洛-拉莫斯換下,並在加納隊奧斯曼-布卡里為加納隊進球並進行慶祝時驚愕地看着他起立鼓掌。

羅納爾多成為世界盃上進球年齡第二大的球員(37歲,292天),僅次於1994年羅傑-米拉為喀麥隆隊進球(42歲,39天)。

但這一紀錄很可能與他無緣,因為到2026年下屆賽事舉行時,他將只有41歲。

羅納爾多是第三個在世界盃上既是一個國家最年長又是最年輕的進球者的球員,還有克羅地亞的伊維察-奧利奇和丹麥的邁克爾-勞德魯普。

包括世界盃和歐洲杯在內,羅納爾多現在已經連續10次在重大比賽中進球。

"羅納爾多會帶着[在五次大賽中進球]的記錄來參加本屆世界盃,"前葡萄牙隊友何塞-方特告訴BBC電台5台直播。

"記錄在追逐着他,我相信他在五屆世界盃上進球會感到非常自豪。

"這是對他對細節的關注、他的職業精神和他如何照顧自己的極大肯定。這對他和葡萄牙來說都是一個偉大的成就"。

葡萄牙中場球員魯本-內維斯補充說:"這是克里斯蒂亞諾,每個人都知道他。他是世界上最好的球員。

"他真的很有動力,他真的專注於國家隊,我們真的很幸運有他在身邊,因為他仍然可以幫助我們很多。"

如果裁判認定薩利蘇踢了球,或者視頻助理裁判介入,羅納爾多就不會有機會完成他的歷史性進球。

他告訴BeIN體育。"裁判給了一個不是點球的點球--所有人都看到了。為什麼?因為它是羅納爾多還是什麼?"

在賽後的新聞發布會上,當記者問到是否因為羅納爾多是個超級明星而判罰點球時,阿多回答說。"問問裁判吧。

"我沒有證據表明他是否會對其他人做出不同的決定。球員們有過接觸。我不知道他們在做什麼,是不是VAR沒有注意到?

"今天的裁判並不對我們有利"。

前英格蘭後衛馬特-厄普森在BBC電台5台直播中稱其為 "跳水",並補充說。"有一點點的接觸,但還不足以把他撞倒,肯定是這樣嗎?"

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Last updated on .From the section World Cup

Fans heading to the Portugal-Ghana game would have been expecting a starring performance from Cristiano Ronaldo.

Spectators witnessed history as the 37-year-old Ronaldo became the first man to score at five different Fifa World Cups as a 3-2 victory over Ghana gave the 2016 European champions the perfect start to this tournament.

The goal and result will be a welcome distraction from the off-field issues that has clouded Ronaldo's build-up to the tournament.

He was scathing of Manchester United and manager Erik ten Hag in an interview with TalkTV last week and subsequently left the club by 'mutual agreement'.

"It was a week that finishes the chapter, it's closed. We won and I could help the team - the rest does not matter," Ronaldo said after the game.

"This was a beautiful moment, my fifth World Cup,

"We won, we started with on our good foot and it is a very important win. The first match is crucial in these tournaments."The first player to score goals at five World Cups, this makes me very proud."

'One of the best players ever'

There was only one man many of the 42,600 crowd came to see in Doha.

Getting off the metro at Ras Bu Aboud Station outside the ground, a mother, son and daughter all had on 'Ronaldo 7' shirts, with the boy saying he is "my favourite".

Just outside the turnstiles, supporters were gathering and taking pictures with some running and recreating his famous 'Siu' celebration.

Ronaldo was given a deafening cheer when he led his team out to warm up before the game and his name was afforded the loudest ovation when the Portugal teamsheet was read out.

As the side lined up for the national anthem, the camera panned to Ronaldo - the first man standing in the line-up - and he looked quite emotional while singing 'A Portuguesa', with tears filling his eyes.

The frontman, who had earlier missed two big chances and had a goal ruled out, saw his big moment come in the second half.

With Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu in close attendance, Ronaldo hit the deck and the American referee pointed to the spot, which he stepped up to convert with aplomb.

Ronaldo darted off to the corner flag to perform his famous celebration, jumping and spinning round with 'Siuuuu' ringing around the stadium.

Portugal boss Fernando Santo said: "One of the best players in the world, one of the best players ever.

"Cristiano Ronaldo is a phenomenon, a legend like many who have comes and gone before. In 50 years' time, we will continue to speak about him."

Ronaldo was given a standing ovation when replaced by Goncalo Ramos with three minutes remaining and watched on aghast as Ghana's Osman Bukari scored for Ghana and performed his celebration.

Ronaldo became the second oldest player to score at the World Cup (37 years, 292 days), behind only Roger Milla in 1994 for Cameroon (42 years, 39 days).

But that record may well elude him as he will be only 41 by the time the next tournament takes place in 2026.

Ronaldo is the third player to be both a country's oldest and youngest goalscorer at the World Cup, along with Croatia's Ivica Olic and Denmark's Michael Laudrup.

Including World Cups and Euros, Ronaldo has now scored at 10 consecutive major tournaments.

"Ronaldo would have come into this World Cup with the record [of scoring in five tournaments] in mind," former Portugal team-mate Jose Fonte told BBC Radio 5 Live.

"Records chase him and I'm sure he'll be extremely proud to score in five World Cups.

"It's great credit to his attention to detail, his professionalism and how he takes care of himself. It's a great achievement for him and for Portugal as well."

Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves added: "It's Cristiano, everybody knows him. He is the best player in the world.

"He is really motivated, he is really focused on the national team and we are really lucky to have him with us because he can still help us a lot."

Ronaldo would not have been given the opportunity to net his history-making goal had the referee decided Salisu played the ball or the video assistant referee intervened.

He told BeIN Sports: "The referee gave a penalty which was not a penalty - everyone saw that. Why? Because it's Ronaldo or something?"

Asked by a journalist in the post-match news conference if the penalty was given because Ronaldo is a superstar, Addo replied: "Ask the referee.

"I have no proof if he would have decided differently for someone else. There was a contact of players. I don't know what they were doing, was VAR not paying attention?

"The referee was not in our favour today."

Former England defender Matt Upson called it "a dive" on BBC Radio 5 Live, adding: "There's a small bit of contact but there's not enough there to knock him down surely?"

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