Portuguese international Cristiano Ronaldo became the top scorer in the European Cup finals, after scoring his tenth and eleventh goals in a 3-0 victory over Hungary in Budapest on Tuesday in the opening group F competition, surpassing French Michel Platini (9).
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 10th and 11th goals in the European Football Championship after scoring twice near the end of Hungary in Group F in Budapest on Tuesday, surpassing Michel Platini’s record and becoming the competition’s all-time top scorer.
Ronaldo holds the record for the most players participating in the number of matches in the European Championship, as he appears in the fifth edition of the competition.
This is Ronaldo’s 22nd match in the European Championship since his first appearance in the continental competition in 2004.
Portugal, the defending champion, defeated hosts Hungary 3-0.
Ronaldo also became the first player in history to participate in five editions of the continental championship, during which he scored all of them to surpass Platini, who scored his nine goals in the 1984 edition in France.
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