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That often does not happen to a superstar: Cristiano Ronaldo attacks himself before a penalty for the Portuguese national team in a World Cup qualifier against Ireland. Dara Ozia’s provocation still had bad consequences for CR7 – and then ended in a crazy happy ending.

The Portuguese were awarded a penalty for fouling Bruno Fernandes in the 13th minute. Ronaldo, who takes Selecao’s regular penalty, has the perfect opportunity not only to bring his team to the lead, but also to set a new world record.

CR7 scored 109 goals for the national team, along with former Bayern striker Ali Dai, who also scored 109 times for Iran. Another goal on the Portuguese national team’s jersey would have set Ronaldo on a single record.

Ireland defender Dara Oshea, 36, did not want to make it easy: when Ronaldo got the ball in the immediate area of ​​the penalty spot, the 22-year-old hit the ball again. . Ronaldo reacted angrily and insulted the Irishman, but only slightly paralyzed him..

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