Five Consecutive World Cup Goals, Ronaldo’s Record

Five consecutive World Cup goals, Ronaldo’s record

Cristiano Ronaldo means goals, and Cristiano Ronaldo means goals records. An incredible record has been added to the Portuguese superstar’s record. The Portugal captain became the first player to score five World Cup goals when he scored from the penalty spot against Ghana at the World Cup in Qatar today.

Ronaldo shared the record of goals scored in four World Cups before the start of this World Cup with Pele, Miroslav Klose, and Ui Seiler. This time, Lionel Messi shared that record by scoring against Saudi Arabia. Cristiano Ronaldo left everyone behind by scoring today.

Ronaldo played in the first World Cup in 2006. In the same World Cup, Ronaldo scored the first goal of his World Cup career against Iran in Portugal’s second match. The Portuguese star, who scored one goal each in the 2010 and 2014 World Cups, doubled his World Cup tally in 2018 with a hat-trick against Spain. Ronaldo, who scored another goal in the World Cup in Russia, scored the eighth goal of his World Cup career today against Ghana.

Read More: Portugal started the World Cup by defeating Ghana 3-2

How many goals did Ronaldo score in a World Cup?

Scored 1 goal in 2006

Scored 1 goal in 2010

Scored 1 goal in 2014

Scored 4 goals in 2018

Scored 1 goal in 2022

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