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Did Ronaldo Head the Ball for POR's first goal against URU in WC?

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Did Ronaldo Head the Ball for POR's first goal against URU in WC?


Ronaldo is the deadliest predator in the history of football and even the goals he doesn't score want to be counted for him. The great postcards continue to occur in the 2022 WC, now it was one starring Ronaldo and the confusion of a goal in the match between Portugal vs Uruguay in the Group Phase.

It all happened at minute 54 to open the scoring at the Lusail Stadium when a cross from the left side by Bruno Fernandes ended up in the net after a spectacular jump by Portugal's skipper to -apparently- slightly deflect the trajectory of the ball.

Ronaldo ran out to celebrate with his finger up saying that the score belong to him, the cameras followed the crack and the Portuguese fans even shouted "Siu" during the celebrations. Even the official sponsors of the WC showed Ronaldo as the author of the goal, but it was taken away minutes later.


Officially awarded the goal to Bruno Fernandes



After carefully reviewing the replays, it is seen that the Commander did not touch the center of Fernandes, who is his teammate at Man Utd and with whom before the WC there seemed to be a tense relationship, but the celebration of the goal showed that all that was left in last.

Ronaldo celebrated the goal as his own and that is why the official graphics awarded it to him in the first instance, but shortly after they corrected it to give it to Bruno, who later scored his double with a penalty kick that, under normal conditions, was his turn. charge Ronaldo, but he was already off the field with the Portuguese victory that was 2-0 against Uruguay and secured their place for next round of the WC.

As if something was missing from Ronaldo's bestial career, last Thursday in WC 2022 he became the first footballer to score a goal in five World Cups, surpassing Uwe Seeler, Miroslav Klose, and Pelé, who had done so in four editions. In the win against Ghana, Ronaldo scored the first of that game and reached seven goals in World Cups.

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