Ronaldo is an experienced player, he doesn’t need to sit and take penalties – Wayne Rooney

‘Ronaldo is an experienced player, he doesn’t need to sit and take penalties’: Wayne Rooney

In the first match of the World Cup in Qatar, Portugal had a stunning victory. Portugal defeated Ghana by three goals to two in a thrilling match.

Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo scored the first goal for Portugal through a penalty kick. There was strong criticism against the star’s penalty goal. Immediately after that, Ghana coach Otto Addo came out with criticism against Portugal.

He said it was a wrong decision by the referee to award a penalty to Portugal and that they were not playing foolishly. At the same time, it is also worth noting that Warr did not review the penalty decision.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s former teammate Wayne Rooney has given his response to the strong criticism against Portugal.

He said that an experienced player like Cristiano does not need to win a penalty and the player is in good form.

“As a forward, Cristiano played with his experience. That’s where he won a penalty. “Cristiano made a great move there,” Rooney said.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo scored the goal in the 65th minute of the game. After that, the game was heated with blows and backlash. Ghana’s Andre Ayew hit back soon after in response to the penalty.

Meanwhile, with his goal against Ghana, the player became the first male player to score in five consecutive football World Cups.

Ronaldo continues his goal chase in Qatar which started against Iran in 2006. Before this, Brazilian player Martha and Canadian player Christine Singler won this feat in the Women’s World Cup.

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