Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player in World Cup history to score five times on Thursday, as Portugal defeated Ghana 3-2 in Group H.
Ronaldo shrugged off a tumultuous week that saw him abruptly leave Manchester United to bury a second-half penalty that put Portugal ahead.
Soon after, Ghana’s Andre Ayew equalized, but Portugal took a 3-1 lead thanks to goals from Joao Felix and Rafael Leao.
Following Ronaldo’s substitution, the Ghanaians scored their second goal on Osman Bukari’s strike, bringing them back into the game.
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