Portuguese forward flashed a thumbs up as he moved away from the TV camera after answering a few questions.
Cristiano Ronaldo walked off camera during a post-match interview,
following his record-breaking international goal for Portugal on Wednesday.
His second-half equaliser against the Republic of Ireland made him the all-time leading men’s scorer,
at 110 career goals, and he brought his tally to 111 in stoppage time to give Portugal a 2-1 win in World Cup qualifying.
Ronaldo was not interested in spending much time with the media afterwards,
choosing instead to celebrate away from his interview.
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How it happened
Ronaldo’s interview session started normally, with the forward answering questions about his record-setting effort.
“I’m very happy, not only because I beat the record but also for the special moments,
that we had, two goals at the end of the game,” Ronaldo according to Sky Sports.
“[Missing an early penalty] was just part of the game, part of the business.
Sometimes you score, sometimes you [make a] mistake. But I still believed until the end of the game.”
He didn’t have patience for another question to be asked, shuffling off camera as the reporter attempted to continue the interview.