Portugal booked their place in the quarter-finals after winning the penalty shootout.

Ronaldo stepped up to take a penalty in an attempt to score his first goal of this year’s tournament after a night described as “frustrating”, but it was saved by Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak.

Ronaldo had a chance to make amends when he stepped up to take Portugal’s first penalty in the penalty shootout.

According to the American company “Woop” specialized in sports performance, his heart rate with the first blow was about 100 beats per minute, the lowest rate throughout the match.

Bruno Fernandes then stepped forward to take the second penalty and also scored, causing Ronaldo’s heartbeat to rise to around 125 beats per minute.

Then his heart rate suddenly jumped to more than 170 beats per minute when Bernardo Silva was about to take the penalty that ultimately decided the score.

The resting heart rate for adults is between 60 and 100 beats per minute.

Ronaldo told Portuguese broadcaster RTP after the match in a state of emotion: “Sometimes it’s difficult to score penalties. I’ve scored over 200 penalties in my career. Sometimes things are chaotic.”

The Portuguese star is playing in the European Championship for the sixth time, a record. He helped his country reach the quarter-finals – where Kylian Mbappe and France await in Hamburg on Friday.