Portugal thrashed Bosnia and Herzegovina 5-0 in their UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying match at the Estádio da Luz in Lisbon on Tuesday evening.

Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals and Bernardo Silva, Diogo Jota, and Bruno Fernandes also scored for Portugal.

Portugal took the lead in the 10th minute through Ronaldo, who converted a penalty after Bernardo Silva had been fouled in the box.

Portugal doubled their lead in the 20th minute through Silva, who finished off a flowing move involving Ronaldo and Jota.

Portugal tripled their lead in the 30th minute through Jota, who headed home a cross from Fernandes.

Portugal scored their fourth goal in the 40th minute through Fernandes, who finished off a pass from Ronaldo.

Portugal scored their fifth goal in the 50th minute through Ronaldo, who tapped home a pass from Silva.


10th minute: Cristiano Ronaldo scores from the penalty spot to give Portugal the lead.
20th minute: Bernardo Silva doubles Portugal's lead with a fine finish.
30th minute: Diogo Jota heads home to make it 3-0 to Portugal.
40th minute: Bruno Fernandes finishes off a Ronaldo pass to make it 4-0 to Portugal.
50th minute: Ronaldo taps home a Silva pass to complete the rout.


Portugal were the better team in this game and deserved their victory. They created a number of chances and were defensively solid.

Bosnia and Herzegovina had a few chances to score, but they were unable to beat Portugal goalkeeper Rui Patrício.


Portugal defeated Bosnia and Herzegovina 5-0 to maintain their perfect start to their UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying campaign. Bosnia and Herzegovina suffered their first defeat of the campaign, but they are still in a good position to qualify for the tournament.

Ronaldo's Brace

Cristiano Ronaldo scored two goals in Portugal's victory over Bosnia and Herzegovina. The Manchester United forward converted a penalty in the 10th minute and tapped home a pass from Bernardo Silva in the 50th minute.

It was Ronaldo's first brace for Portugal since he scored two goals against Hungary in September 2021.

Portugal's Perfect Start

Portugal have now won their first four matches in the UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying campaign. They are top of Group B on 12 points, with Bosnia and Herzegovina in second place on six points.

Portugal will be looking to continue their winning run when they face Luxembourg on Sunday.

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