Sport Tributes to Ronaldo after Portugal star breaks Euros goal record
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Portugal'snetted twice against Hungary to move beyond 's Michel Platini as the record goalscorer at finals, taking his tally to 11 at the Puskas Area in Budapest on Tuesday.
Ronaldo and Platini had been locked on nine goals apiece before the tournament, but the Portuguese winger's double late on against the Hungarians added to his growing tally of records.
Former England internationals and punditsand Gary Lineker were among those to pay tribute to the 36-year-old on social media after breaking another goalscoring record.
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Ronaldo scored on his first appearance, as a teenager against Greece on home soil in 2004, and led his nation to its greatest footballing triumph in France, five years ago. By strange twist of fate, having done so much to haul them to final, he was injured, moth-bothered and tearfully demoted to the role of touchline motivator as Portugal won their first major trophy in Paris.
Sensational football from Portugal and the ridiculous— Gary Lineker ???? (@GaryLineker) finishes with his customary brilliance. Make that 11 goals in the Euros.
Lineker tweeted: 'Sensational football from Portugal and the ridiculous @Cristiano finishes with his customary brilliance.
'Make that 11 goals in the Euros.'
Ferdinand added: 'Wow this guy man… Relentless'
Sami Khedira said: 'UNSTOPPABLE'
???? add another goal to that record!!!
Wow this guy man… Relentless ????????— Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5)
Piers Morgan said: 'WOW!!! Ronaldo scores again with a goal of wondrous quality.
'What a player. He’s 36!'
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The 22-year-old joined the Blues from Bayer Leverkusen in an £89million deal in September but scored just one goal in his first 23 Premier League appearances. Ronaldo also moved to the Premier League early on in his career, signing for Manchester United in 2003 aged 18.
Ronaldo had missed a superb opportunity in the first half when he fired over from close range with the goal at his mercy.
But when offered the chance from the penalty spot on 87 minutes, he made no mistake.
WOW!!! Ronaldo scores again with a goal of wondrous quality.
What a player. He’s 36! — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) ????
He rifled the ball into the corner of the net and set off for one of his trademark celebrations, which drew plenty of whistles from the capacity 67,000 mostly Hungarian fans in the stadium.
There was still time to add a second in injury time at the end of the game as he took a pass near the six-yard box and danced past a couple of home defenders as well as goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi to score.
Ronaldo has now also extended his record as the only player to score in five separate Euros finals, and has also played the most games, with the match against Hungary being his 22nd since he made his debut in 2004.
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Five of Ronaldo's 12 goals at the tournament have been headers and Neville saw first-hand the work that Ronaldo put in to hone his craft, with Patrick Vieira saying that Ronaldo's aggression is key.The Juventus forward now has a record 12 European Championship goals after adding two to his tally in Portugal's opening game of this year's tournament to move him ahead of legendary France midfielder Michel Platini, before netting the opener against Joachim Low's men.