Ronaldo reportedly leaves a press conference to avoid being asked about his controversial penalty against Ghana.


After Portugal beat Ghana in a controversial World Cup game, star player Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly ran out of a press conference to avoid talking to reporters about the controversial penalty.

Ronaldo scored a controversial goal, which made him the first man to score in five different World Cups.

Andre Ayew tied the score for Ghana before Joao Felix and Rafael Leao scored on passes from Bruno Fernandes. Even though Ghana fought hard, Portugal won the game 3-2.

Ghanaians are still mad at the match official whose biased officiating cost the Black Stars a point in the first game of Group H because Ronaldo scored from the penalty spot.

"This is a very proud moment for me. That part of the story (United) is over. My goal is to win. "The rest doesn't matter," Ronaldo reportedly said at the press conference, after which he left.

Ronaldo was named man of the match, and he spoke for about 2 minutes and 12 seconds before leaving. He left right before questions about the penalty decision were going to be asked.

The Black Stars' coach, Otto Addo, didn't like the decision and said it was like giving the Portuguese legend a present.


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