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Cristiano Ronaldo scored the game-winning goal in the final minute of Portugal’s record-setting 200th appearance.

Cristiano Ronaldo, a star for Portugal, scored the game-winning goal in the last minute against Iceland on the same night he became the first man in history to play in 200 international games.

Ronaldo’s goal, which was his record-breaking 123rd in international football, kept Portugal’s record of four wins out of four in qualifying for Euro 2024.

Before the game started, the 38-year-old player, who first played for Portugal in 2003, was given a Guinness World Record badge to mark the event.

Reaching 200 caps is the kind of thing you never expect. For me it’s an unbelievable feat. Scoring the game-winning goal is a greater honor than simply making it into the Guinness World Records. So I want to thank the stadium, the people of Iceland, the fans, and the stadium for throwing this kind of party for me. Also, to the organization of the Portugal national team. I’m so happy. Today is an important day, and I want to express my gratitude to everyone involved. They brightened my day completely. They cheered me up. Cristiano Ronaldo

Willum Willumsson of Iceland was sent off after receiving his second yellow card with 10 minutes left, allowing Portugal to score the game-winning goal.

Ronaldo had to wait to enjoy his goal because his teammate Goncalo Inácio, who helped him score, was called offside at first, but VAR changed the call.

Portugal’s captain, Ronaldo, was benched in the World Cup’s final stages, but that hasn’t stopped him from scoring five goals in Euro qualifying and remaining an integral part of the national side.

Ronaldo left Manchester United in a fight and went to play for Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia after the World Cup. In his first season with the club, they didn’t win the league title.

Elsewhere, Germany was shocked by a 2-0 loss at home to Colombia, and Senegal’s 4-2 win over Brazil was a big surprise.

Colombia beat Germany for the first time ever thanks to a goal by Luis Diaz and a penalty by Juan Cuadrado. Germany, which will host Euro 2024 next summer, continues to struggle to find its form.

Germany lost in the group stage of the World Cup, and in its last five games, it has only won one of them. Last week, it lost to Poland.

Hansi Flick, the head coach of the German national team, has only won 12 of the 24 games he has been in charge of. Fans in the stadium held up signs that said “Flick Out” when he came in.

Sadio Mané, a forward for Bayern Munich, scored twice as Senegal shocked Brazil with a win in Lisbon, Portugal.

Senegal scored with a goal from Habib Diallo and an own goal from Marquinhos. Lucas Paquetá and Marquinhos, who plays defense for Paris Saint-Germain, scored for Brazil. This time, Marquinhos scored in the right net.

It was the first time that Brazil had given up four or more goals in a game since they lost to Germany 7-1 in the World Cup playoffs in 2014.

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