Video: Cristiano Ronaldo sprints 92 meters in 14 seconds to score his first-ever goal against Germany

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Cristiano Ronaldo showed electric pace to get down to the other end of the pitch to score a goal against Germany

At 36 years of age, Cristiano Ronaldo still possesses the pace and desire to shine at the biggest of stages as he started and then finished off a lightning-fast counterattack goal against Germany.

Die Mannschaft were sledgehammered by a sudden Portugal team goal in the 15th minute following a period of attacking possession at Allianz Arena.

It was the Portuguese captain’s first-ever goal against Germany as he cleared a corner from the edge of his penalty area and almost ran the entire length of the pitch, 92 meters to be precise, in 14 seconds to create a goalscoring opportunity for himself on the other end.

The Juventus star was smartly aided by Bernardo Silva, who delivered a well-weighted pass that was controlled by Diogo Jota, who served it on a plate for Ronaldo to tap it in.

With a top speed of 32 km/h, check out Cristiano Ronaldo’s incredible sprint and goal against Germany below –

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By Surjit Patowary

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