Portugal were made to work for all three points on Tuesday as they began their Euro 2020 campaign with all three points against a well drilled and stubborn Hungary.
Whether it was stopping a sizzling shot from Diogo Jota in the first half, plucking constant crosses out of the air or denying Bruno Fernandes from scoring a remarkable long-shot, the RB Leipzig shot-stopper was on top of everything.
Gulasci was eventually undone by a deflected shot late in the game but it shouldn’t take anything away from a stellar performance.
However, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid player was far from his best in Budapest, with just 39 touches of the ball over the course of the game and three shots.
Ronaldo eventually redeemed himself with a late goal from the penalty spot to become the top scorer in European Championship history, before grabbing a second in the dying moments of the game to secure all three points for his side.
With just five minutes left of the game, a cross was fired in from the right flank and found the Borussia Dortmund defender in the centre of the box. Guerreiro fired it towards goal and via a notable deflection watched it bounce into the back of the net.
It won’t be the most aesthetically pleasing goal in Guerreiro’s career but he certainly won’t mind.