World Cup 2022: Cristiano Ronaldo makes history #shorts

World cup 2022: cristiano ronaldo makes history #shorts

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Cristiano Ronaldo became the first male football player to score in five World Cups as Portugal beat Ghana 3-2 at Stadium 974 in Doha. “It was a beautiful moment, my fifth #worldcup . We won, we started with a good foot, it’s a very important win,” he said. #shorts

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