Author of a double from the penalty spot against France, Cristiano Ronaldo equaled the record of 109 goals for the selection of Iranian Ali Daei on Wednesday. The Portuguese striker, top scorer in the history of the Euro (14 goals in the European tournament), soars to the top of the scorers ranking with already five pawns in three outings.
Scorer for the first time in his career against Germany on Saturday, CR7 therefore recurred against the Blues, against whom he had never found the fault either. His first goal with Portugal? The five-time Golden Ball had registered it one evening in 2004, during the Euro played at home, against Greece in the group stage.