Cristiano Ronaldo exits the interview after setting a new world scoring record.


Cristiano Ronaldo exits the interview after setting a new world scoring record.

After his world-record-breaking performance, Cristiano Ronaldo had little time for questions.

After breaking the international goal-scoring record on Wednesday night, Cristiano Ronaldo walked out of his post-match interview. After engraving his name into more mythology in dramatic way, the 36-year-old didn’t have time for widespread inquiry.

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Portugal defeated the Republic of Ireland 2-1 in Faro, with Ronaldo scoring twice in the dying moments.

After Ronaldo missed an early penalty, John Egan headed the visitors in ahead on the stroke of halftime.

The legendary number seven, on the other hand, made sure he had the last laugh, scoring two wonderful headers in the 89th and 96th minutes to break Irish hearts.

It puts Portugal on top of Group A in UEFA’s World Cup Qualifying division, with 10 points after four games.

Ronaldo stole the show once again, surpassing Ali Daei’s record of international goals.

In the 1990s and 2000s, Daei scored 109 goals for Iran, but Ronaldo now holds the record after scoring his 110th and 111th international goals on Wednesday.

Sky Sports interviewed the Manchester United forward after the game to get his thoughts on such a significant night in his career.

After congratulating Ronaldo, the reporter asked if it was difficult after he missed a penalty in the 15th minute.

“I’m really thrilled, not just because I broke the record, but also because of the amazing moments we had, two goals at the conclusion of the game,” he said.

“It was just part of the game, part of the business [missing an early penalty].”

“Sometimes you score, and other times you [mistake].” But I didn’t give up until the game was over.”

Following that, Ronaldo showed little patience, raising his thumbs and walking away from the camera during the reporter’s follow-up question.

“I am overjoyed for the great moments we have.”

After his record-breaking goals earned a 2-1 win for Portugal versus Republic of Ireland, Cristiano Ronaldo characterized it as a “great moment.”

It’s unclear whether he was being hurried away for a drugs test or something else, but he appeared to be in a hurry to exit the interview.

Ronaldo was given a yellow card early in the game, and as a result, he will miss Portugal’s next encounter.


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