Son Heung-min’s Tottenham Hotspur ‘best friend’, Harry Kane, increased his personal A-match scoring record with the England national team.
England won the 2024 European Championship (Euro 2024) 2024 European Football Championship (Euro 2024) qualifier Group C home game 2-0 thanks to consecutive goals from Kane and Bukayo Saka.
In the 37th minute of the first half, Kane ran after Saka’s pass from the right outside the penalty area and finished with his left foot to lead England’s opening goal. Three minutes later, Saka, who received a pass from Jordan Henderson, shook the net with a mid-range shot and ran away with a two-goal lead.
Kane scored his 54th goal in his A match against Italy on the 24th in a Euro qualifying match, surpassing Wayne Rooney (53 goals) to become the player with the most goals in the history of the English national team. On this day, he also added his goal, increasing his A match scoring record to 55 goals. England, which belongs to the same group as Italy, Macedonia, Ukraine and Malta, moved to the top of the group with 2 wins and 6 points.
Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nasr) also suffered a bone storm. Portugal beat Luxembourg 6-0 in the second leg of Euro 2024 qualifier Group J held in Luxembourg that day.
Ronaldo, who started this day, scored multiple goals in the 9th and 31st minutes of the first half. On the 24th, he scored two goals in a 4-0 win over Liechtenstein in the first leg of the qualifier, followed by a multi-goal streak for two consecutive games. 먹튀검증
Ronaldo, who scored 4 goals in 2 matches, increased his record for most goals in an A match to 122. In addition, as he reported his 198th A match, his record for the most appearances in A matches was also ranked first.
In Portugal, Ronaldo was substituted in the 20th minute of the second half, and Bernardo Silva, Ottabiu, and Rafael Leang scored goals to achieve a great victory. After two consecutive victories, Portugal rose to first place in Group J.
Iceland, in the same group as Portugal, won 7-0 away from Liechtenstein thanks to Aaron Gunnarsson’s hat-trick. Iceland, who had previously lost 0-3 to Bosnia and Herzegovina, went 1-1.
In Group H, Kazakhstan, which once belonged to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), caused a surprise by defeating powerful Denmark 3-2. Slovenia and Finland beat San Marino and Northern Ireland respectively.