Revealed: The proof that Cristiano Ronaldo did not touch the ball

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Revealed: Proof Cristiano Ronaldo Didn't Touch the Ball - Enterprise News and Pictures
It looked to be the quintessential Cristiano Ronaldo as the Portugal captain scrambled between Uruguay defenders to get the faintest header from a Bruno Fernandes cross, then scored a goal that might not have been his. Unfortunately for the unbound forward, tenuous goalscoring claims are tougher than ever in the era of high-tech football.
Adidas has confirmed Ronaldo did not touch his Al Rihla World Cup ball from Qatar, despite rolling away with his arm raised when Uruguay goalkeeper Sergio Rochet Alvarez was beaten in the 54th minute at the Lusail Iconic Stadium.
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A precise motion sensor is embedded in every ball used during the tournament, helping to improve var decision-making. Adidas claim it also proves conclusively that Fifa officially awarded the goal to Bruno Fernandes despite some confusion at the stadium and on TV.
"In the game between Portugal and Uruguay, we definitely cannot show Cristiano Ronaldo's ball touch for the game's opening goal with the connected ball technology housed in adidas Al Rihla Official Match Ball," Adidas said in a statement.
"No external force on the ball could be measured, as evidenced by the lack of 'heartbeat' in our measurements and in the attached graph. The 500 Hz IMU sensor inside the ball allows us a very precise analysis.”
Revealed: Proof Cristiano Ronaldo Didn't Touch the Ball - Enterprise News and Pictures
Revealed: Proof Cristiano Ronaldo Didn't Touch the Ball - Enterprise News and Pictures
Ronaldo broke into action in the penalty area to try to reach Fernandes' cross and initially looked like he'd scored, although significantly he didn't make his signature 'Siu' celebration, instead going to Fernandes down the left sideline ran.
After the game, Fernandes said he wasn't worried about who would get the goal, but he suspected at the time it was Ronaldo's goal. "I don't think it really matters who scored the goal at that point," he said.
"I felt like Cristiano touched the ball, I passed the ball to him and the most important thing is that we were able to win the game against a very strong opponent."
That puts Ronaldo on par with Lionel Messi, Diego Maradona and Rudi Voller with eight World Cup goals in his career, albeit behind compatriot Eusebio, who scored nine. The all-time top scorer at World Cups is Germany's Miroslav Klose, who scored 16 goals.
Ronaldo has a chance to add to his tally on Friday when Portugal take on South Korea in their final group game, a side who suffered three defeats to Ghana on Monday.
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