Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the first man to score a goal in FIVE different World Cups

Watch – Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the first man to score a goal in FIVE different World Cups

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Watch Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo scoring a goal against Ghana in the 62′ in the 2022 Men’s FIFA World Cup. #FOXSoccer …

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This FIFA World Cup 2002’s video is titled Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the first man to score a goal in FIVE different World Cups and credited to FOX Soccer. Viewing time is 00:01:23, enjoy our fellow FIFA World Cup fans!

42 Comments

  1. Ronaldo is a cheat and fooled the referee. There was no foul to result in a penalty.Var should have been intervened.

  2. Renaldo is a fraud and unfair soccer ? player the penalty awarded to him while he wasn't on the ball first bundle into the defender isn't good for the game.

  3. I remember the days every fan I talked to thought messi was top, I don't remember those guys lol

  4. Poor Ghana, that wasn't even a penalty. All penalties should be video verified. Still, Ronaldo is the greatest footballer of all time.

  5. Ronaldo's penalty shot should not have been awarded to him because he wasn't even fouled and it was a typical soccer dive and roll in pain just to get a free penalty shot. I love the game but am I the only one who is sick off the BS calls and penalty shots that win or loose games. The punishment does not fit the crime in nearly 99% of soccer plays in the box.

  6. All the glowing love for Ronaldo, but what about his obvious dive? Sorry, but if he is the greatest player ever, then he doesn't need to take an obvious dive for the penalty kick. He is smaller because of it.

  7. The fifth goal of Cristiano Ronaldo is a fake and disgraceful one. The record is tarnished by the unjustified penalty awarded for him against Ghana in the 2022 Qatar World Cup. Any sincere person with a soccer brain cannot accept that encounter as a penalty..

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