Portugal 7-0 Andorra: Cristiano Ronaldo and Pedro Neto on target

Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo became the first European man to score 100 goals for his country earlier this year

Cristiano Ronaldo moved one goal closer to the all-time international goalscoring record in men’s football as Portugal thrashed Andorra.

Ronaldo, 35, scored his 102nd goal for his country with a powerful header and is now seven behind the record of Iran’s Ali Daei.

Wolves forward Pedro Neto also scored on his debut – one of five Wanderers players in the Portugal squad.

Michy Batshuayi scored twice for Belgium as they beat Switzerland 2-1.

More to follow.



  • 12Lopes
  • 2Nélson Semedo
  • 3Borges Semedo
  • 5Coutinho Meneses Duarte
  • 19Mário Rui
  • 16Renato SanchesSubstituted forWilliam Carvalhoat 63′minutes
  • 8João MoutinhoSubstituted forDaniloat 74′minutes
  • 15OliveiraSubstituted forBernardo Silvaat 45′minutes
  • 17Machado TrincãoSubstituted forJotaat 74′minutes
  • 9Dias FernandesSubstituted forSequeiraat 63′minutes
  • 18NetoSubstituted forCristiano Ronaldoat 45′minutes


  • 1Rui Patrício
  • 4Rúben Dias
  • 6José Fonte
  • 7Cristiano Ronaldo
  • 10Bernardo Silva
  • 11Bruno Fernandes
  • 13Danilo
  • 14William Carvalho
  • 20Cancelo
  • 21Jota
  • 22Dantas da Silva
  • 23Sequeira


  • 1Gomes
  • 23Rubio
  • 20Rodrigues Gonçalves
  • 5García Miramontes
  • 4RebésSubstituted forAlavedraat 59′minutes
  • 21GarcíaSubstituted forSan Nicolásat 45′minutes
  • 2MartínezSubstituted forClemente Garcésat 69′minutes
  • 7Pujol PonsSubstituted forMoreno Marínat 80′minutes
  • 17Cervós MoroSubstituted forMartínezat 69′minutes
  • 9Sánchez Alburquerque
  • 8Vieira de VasconcelosSubstituted forAláezat 59′minutes


  • 3Alavedra
  • 10Clemente Garcés
  • 11Moreno Marín
  • 12Silverio Pinto
  • 13San Nicolás
  • 14Aláez
  • 15San Nicolás
  • 16Martínez
  • 18Blanco
  • 22Bernat Cuadros
  • 24Fernández

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