The defending Euro championship cup champions Portugal humiliated Hungary Three goals to one as Euro 2020 group F matches kicked off on Tuesday 15th June this year. Raphael Guerrero broke the dreadlock at the 84th minute after his left foot massive strike was deflected off by defender Willi Orban to break Hungary's brave resistance. The Portuguese captain Cristiano Rolnado was on target twice from a penalty spot and he couldn't miss a one-on-one opportunity. This after receiving a sumptuous pass from Rafa Silva on the 92nd minute. Rafa Silva replaced Benernado Silva on 71st minute and came in to prove his worth after setting His captain and Juventus star christiano Rolnaldo, who didn't hesitate to add his second goal sealing three important points for his team.
Ronaldo become the European Championship’s all-time leading scorer with 11 goals after sealing a brace in his side’s successful Group F opener.
Hungary: Gulacsi (8), Botka (6), Orban (7), A. Szalai (7), Lovrencsics (6), Kleinheisler (7), Nagy (6), Schafer (7), Fiola (6), Szalai (6), Sallai (6).
Subs: Nego (5), Siger (5), Schon (6).
Portugal: Patricio (8), Semedo (6), Dias (8), Pepe (9), Guerreiro (8), Danilo (7), Carvalho (6), Fernandes (6), Ronaldo (9), Jota (7), B. Silva (7).
Subs: Rafa Silva (6), Sanches (n/a)
Man of the Match: Cristiano Ronaldo
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