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Portugal vs France: 30/1 for Ronaldo or Mbappe to Have a Shot on Target
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Ronaldo Shots per Game Statistics
Portugal’s Ronaldo has already managed one or more shots on target in each game that he has played, having scored a brace in his side’s 2-0 victory over Hungary on matchday one in Group F, confirming his status as the all-time top scorer in European Championship history, before adding to his tally by scoring his side’s first goal in their 4-2 defeat by Germany last time out.
Ronaldo, who averages a goal every 60 minutes at the Euros has had six shots in total over two matches, with a shot accuracy of 50%, converting every shot he has had on target into a goal. In 33 Serie A matches last season, the 36-year-old had 118 shots with an accuracy of 58%.
The Juventus striker is only two goals off the all-time international goalscoring record of Iran’s Ali Daei, who managed 109 goals for his country between 1993 and 2006, as Ronaldo has 107 to his name since making his debut for Portugal against Kazakhstan in August 2003, where he came on as a substitute for Luis Figo.
Mbappe Shots on Target Statistics
Mbappe is the other player that can be chosen for this promotional offer. The Frenchman is yet to score a goal at the Euros so far but has had 3.5 shots per game, meaning that there is a high chance that he will get one shot on target when France take on Portugal, especially considering the fact that he will be lining up against Nelson Semedo, who had a torrid time when facing Robin Gosens of Germany on Saturday, with the Atalanta wing-back managing a goal and two assists in the opening hour of the match before being substituted.
Over the course of 31 league matches for PSG last season, the 22-year-old had 90 shots in 31 matches, with an accuracy of 61%, scoring 27 goals as he comfortably ran out as the Golden Boot winner in Ligue 1, seven goals clear of Memphis Depay having played six games fewer than the Dutchman.