After the success against Denmark, Cristiano Ronaldo in front of Jet
Portugal beat Denmark 1-0 to secure their place at Euro 2016 next summer. Cristiano Ronaldo captained the team and played the full 90 minutes. Portugal tops the group on 18 points, six ahead Denmark and seven in front of Albania, who lost 2-0 at home to Serbia. Knowing a point would be sufficient to see them through to the finals in France, the Portuguese began gradually. Joao Moutinho rifled home in the 66th moment to book Portugal’s place at Euro 2016 in France with a win over Denmark in their Group I qualifier in Braga on Thursday.
Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated in style in the wake of captaining Portugal to a spot at Euro 2016, heading straight back to his private plane after the diversion. The Real Madrid expert played the full an hour and a half as a Joao Moutinho goal guaranteed Portugal beat Denmark to take their place at next summer’s competition in France. Taking after the match, Ronaldo took to Twitter, posting a photo of himself sitting on the wing of his plane nearby the subtitle ‘Flying with style’.
The 30-year-old will now make a beeline for Belgrade for Sunday’s match, basically a dead elastic with Portugal effectively qualified and Serbia out. Portugal has won six of their seven qualifiers, just missing out to Albania in their first match back in September 2014. From that point forward, it has been a 100 for every penny win record for Ronaldo and Co, just surrendering three goals all the while. The previous Manchester United man has delighted in a noteworthy month on an individual level as well, mesh his 500th career goal and surpassing Raul as Real Madrid’s unsurpassed top goalscorer. Real Madrid is second in La Liga, a point off Villarreal, and the Portuguese forward has scored 10 goals in nine diversions for his side this season.