Embattled Portuguese forward, Cristiano Ronaldo has set another record in football history.
The forward scored against Ghana to give Portugal the lead against Ghana in a group H encounter thereby becoming the first player ever to score at least a goal in five different World Cup appearances.
He made history in the 65th minute of Portugal’s Group H game against Ghana on Thursday night.
Ronaldo found the net from the penalty spot after being fouled by Mohammed Salisu of Ghana.
The 37-year-old had found the net earlier in the game but his 30th-minute strike was disallowed by MLS referee Ismail Elfath for a foul on Alexander Djiku.
Unfortunately, Ronaldo is clubless at the moment as his clubside, Manchester United recently terminated his contract over the club perceived as uncomplimentary comments about it during an interview with ace journalist Piers Morgan.