Portugal’s captain, Cristiano Ronaldo, has responded to his team’s commanding 3-0 victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina in the UEFA Euro qualifiers held on Saturday.
Bernardo Silva, who plays for Manchester City, opened the scoring for Portugal in the first half, while Bruno Fernandes, representing Manchester United, added two goals in the second half, contributing to the team’s comfortable win.
Ronaldo remained on the field for the entire 90 minutes and played a crucial role by delivering two important passes during the game. Additionally, the forward from Al-Nassr created a significant scoring opportunity, successfully completed one of his three dribbles, and emerged victorious in his sole aerial duel against Bosnia.
Expressing his gratitude, Cristiano Ronaldo took to his Instagram account to share his appreciation for the support of the Portuguese people during the match against Bosnia. Ronaldo described the victory as “great” and extended his thanks to all those who stood behind the team.
The 38-year-old wrote, “Great win, team! Thanks to all Portuguese people for their support.”