The Real Madrid man made history with a wonderful back-heel to draw his side level in a crucial Group E decider, and came up with a second goal to keep Portugal alive
Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo has become the first man to score at four European Championship finals after netting his first strike of Euro 2016.
The Real Madrid man broke his duck in spectacular fashion to pull his nation level 2-2 with Hungary.
Ronaldo turned the ball home with an inspired backheel to equalise 50 minutes into the game.
Hungary, however, lost no time in regaining the lead for the third time when Balazs Dzsudzsak scored just minutes later, but Ronaldo was not finished as he headed home to restore parity once again.
The Portugal striker’s first goal for his nation at a finals came in Euro 2004, when he scored a late strike in a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Greece.
Four years later he was on target once, while in Euro 2012 he netted three times to finish joint-top scorer with Mario Gomez and Mario Mandzukic.