“First sadness, then joy”: Ronaldo’s win over Slovenia 09:00

Portugal national team forward and captain Cristiano Ronaldo shared his emotions after the victory over the Slovenia national team in the 1/8 finals of the 2024 European Championship. a bola Referring to Sport TV.

“First sadness, then joy; indescribable moments that football gives us. I could have put the team ahead but I couldn’t, Oblak saved me. I haven’t missed a single goal this year and he saved me when I needed it the most. “It’s both sadness and joy at the same time,” Ronaldo said.

On July 1, the Portuguese team defeated the Slovenian team. Regular time ended with a score of 0:0; in extra time, Ronaldo missed a penalty. The penalty shootout ended with a score of 3:0, with Ronaldo converting his attempt. Portugal will face France in the quarter-finals. The match will be played on July 5. The teams will take to the field at 22:00 Moscow time.

The current European champions are the Italian national team, who dropped out of Euro 2024, losing to the Swiss national team in the 1/8 finals.

Former French national team broke the record European Championship.

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Source: Gazeta


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