Ricardo Quaresma, Cristiano Ronaldo Put on a Show for Portugal vs. Estonia

Sean Swaby@seanswabyUK Staff WriterJune 8, 2016

Portugal's Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring against Estonia during their friendly soccer match at Benfica stadium in Lisbon, Wednesday, June 8 2016. Portugal will play in the Euro2016 in Group stage against Austria, Hungary and Iceland in Group F. (AP Photo/Steven Governo)
Steven Governo/Associated Press

Cristiano Ronaldo spent plenty of time in the news basking in the glow of his Champions League triumph during a trip to Ibiza, but now he's back to what he does best: scoring goals on a football pitch.

Back with Portugal and tuning up for Euro 2016 against Estonia, with the help of Ricardo Quaresma, the Portuguese put on a first-half show in charging out to a 3-0 lead.

Quaresma found Ronaldo for the first goal with a ludicrous cross with the outside of a boot that perfectly found Ronaldo's head in front of goal.

Cristiano Ronaldo's first goal.
[@FCPortoGlobal]#POR pic.twitter.com/d3uxkYJSU8

— Ramesh (@RameshK1902) June 8, 2016

Quaresma again provided a pinpoint ball, but this time, he was the goalscorer, hitting the upper-right corner from a difficult angle.

El golazo de Quaresmapic.twitter.com/8dTIZRVaI5

— SportReview (@Sport_review_) June 8, 2016

Then Ronaldo got his brace, making a wonderful chip after the ball was cut back to him.

🇵🇹 | Le doublé de Ronaldo pour le Portugal contre l'Estonie (3-0) ! #POR #POREST #1de11milhões
pic.twitter.com/AJwtnoRxGE

FC Porto - France (@FCPorto_FRA_) June 8, 2016

Quaresma was at it again for the Portuguese in the second half when his cross led to an Estonia own-goal and a 5-0 lead for Portugal. 

Quaresma rakibe de attırıyor Şova devam ediyor. pic.twitter.com/Y1mpFEQmKh

— Beşiktaş Ordusu (@BesiktasOrdusu) June 8, 2016

The match ended as a comprehensive 7-0 victory for Portugal. 

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