Skipper Ronaldo says his team proved their worth after sealing a Euro 2012 spot with a 6-2 thrashing of Bosnia
LISBON: Cristiano Ronaldo said that Portugal were the better team in their Euro 2012 play-off against Bosnia & Herzegovina following Tuesday's 6-2 second leg victory at the Estadio da Luz.
Real deal: Portugal skipper Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates a goal against Bosnia. Pic/Getty Images
The Real Madrid ace put on an impressive display as he scored two of Portugal's six goals to help the Seleccao pick up a comfortable result.
The victory sees Portugal book a place in the Euro 2012 finals after the first-leg ended in a goalless draw, and Ronaldo believes that his side were always superior to their opponents.
"I had a good match, in which I scored goals, the team also played well, we are very happy and thank God we are at Euro 2012," he told Goal.com after the game.
"All considered, Portugal are fair winners, we are better than them, we showed it today, just like we had shown it in the first-leg. "I think the result was fair, we played better and we are a better team."