And my word, it did not disappoint one bit!
Ronaldo scored the equalizer for Portugal in the second minute of the four added minutes through a header to make the score 1-1.
And my word, twitter erupted!
The Egyptian defense broke all of Portugal's attempts to score the equalizer in the remaining minutes and they were ready to celebrate the victory when Ronaldo chose to shine.
Not content with that, Ronaldo scored again with another header, once more from a Quaresma pass, this time from the right, with the final move of the game.
The winning goal was confirmed 90 seconds later after a video review for a possible offside.
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"And with Ronaldo, it's about a goal and another goal".
Salah then showed why you can't give him an opportunity to shoot after dispatching a strike low into the bottom left corner in the 56th minute, with a fierce drive from outside the box.
And Portugal's record scorer (81 goals) was not about to be overshadowed by Salah, capping his 900th career match by moving into third place on the all-time list of global scorers.
Legendary Hungarian striker Ferenc Puskas scored 84 goals while Iran's Ali Daei leads the list with 109 goals in 149 internationals. Egypt manager Hector Cuper made a number of changes as Amr Warda came on to replace El-Said in the 66th minute, while goal scorer Salah made way for Mahmoud Abdel-Razik Shikabala 10 minutes later.