Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player in history to score in five World Cups.
Today, 37-year-old Ronaldo converted a 11-meter kick in the 65th minute of the match against the Ghana team. In total, the player scored eight goals at the World Cup.
Brazil's Pelé, Germany's Miroslav Klose and Uwe Seeler, and Argentina's Lionel Messi have scored at four World Cups. At the same time, Mexicans Antonio Carbajal, Rafael Marquez, German Lothar Matthäus and Messi took part in five world championships.