Tonight, as Hungary hosted the defending champion Portugal, the two teams' first match in the 2020 European Cup final, football fans were able to enjoy a special football match. This game was the first one played in front of fans since the outbreak of Covid-19. All seats were packed with fans and there was no mask or social distancing. It can be said that most of the fans came to watch Cristiano Ronaldo leading his team to defend the championship.
After Diego Jota refused to give him a clear scoring opportunity early, Ronaldo finally got a scoring opportunity towards the end of the first half, but what he did made many fans more shocked than angry. The Juventus star had a good chance to pass from the wing, but he misdirected his shot firing it into the crowd. However, Ronaldo did not disappoint at the end when he scored the second goal at the 87th minute through a penalty and later scoring the 3rd goal during extra time. Before that, a deflection from Raphael Guerrero put the Portuguese side ahead at the 84th minute.
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