Ronaldo rewrites Euro record book
Cristiano Ronaldo set the record for most career goals at the European Championship on Tuesday.
The Portugal great scored from the penalty spot in the 87th minute and then added another in injury time to give the defending champions a 3-0 victory over Hungary.
The Juventus forward was playing in his fifth European Championship, dating back to Euro 2004. He entered this year’s edition even with Michel Platini at nine goals, but that only lasted 87 minutes.
The 36-year-old Ronaldo also became the only player to score at five consecutive European Championships.
Portugal defender Raphael Guerreiro scored the opening goal in the 84th minute.
In Munich, Mats Hummels scored an own goal and France beat Germany 1-0.
The experienced defender was attempting to stop Lucas Hernandez’s cross from reaching France forward Kylian Mbappe when he diverted the ball into his own net in the 20th minute.
Note: The passing stats below were tallied during competitive seven-on-seven, 11-on-11 periods only.
CAM NEWTON: 9/17, INT
MAC JONES: 17/25, 2 INTs
JARRETT STIDHAM: 5/8