Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo left his country’s camp on Thursday to host the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Qatar, receiving the yellow card and the highest score in the history of national teams. According to the local football association, he will be playing in the next match.
Ronaldo scored a late double, which Portugal beat Ireland 2-1 in the fourth round of the European round in the Faroe Islands, first raising his international goal to 110, then breaking the previous record of 111 in 180 international matches. Shared with Iranian Ali Day. (109).
After celebrating his second goal in the deadly minutes (90 + 6) that evening, the 36-year-old “CR7” took off his shirt to receive a yellow card for preventing him from playing against Azerbaijan next Tuesday.
As confirmed by the assistant refereeing technique (VAR), Ronaldo missed a penalty kick after missing Ireland defender Jeff Hendrik Bruno Fernandes, but missed it after former Real Madrid star Irish goalkeeper Gavin Pasono saved it (15).
Ronaldo, who recently returned to his former squad, left the Seleno camp ahead of a friendly against Qatar in Hungary on Saturday after being “excluded from national team training” by Manchester United and Juventus. Portuguese Federation.
Portugal finished first in Group A with 10 points, 3 points ahead of Serbia (7) one match less, Luxembourg third (6), followed by Ireland and Azerbaijan without points.
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