Cristiano Ronaldo is now the highest goalscorer of international football.
Manchester United new signing, Cristiano Ronaldo after scoring two wonderful goals that gave Portugal a win over Ireland on September 01, 2021, is now the highest goalscorer in men's international football.
Ronaldo was presented the award as the highest goalscorer in the Euro 2020 before the match, and he broke another record on the same day.
The Portuguese international is really showing his talent and skills even when age isn't on his side again, he can't just stop breaking records.
Ronaldo now has 111 goals for Portugal, the highest a player has ever scored for his country. The forward needed just two goals to top the list as daei, Iranian striker who scored 109 goals for his country, alli also played for Bayern Munich before he retired from football.
Ronaldo scored 97 penalties out of the 111, and he scored 87 open play goals while 91 of the 111 goals was competitive.
Players who have goals after Ronaldo are daei (109), dahari (85), puskas (84), and Pele (77).
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