Former Real Madrid and Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo who has finally returned to his boyhood club where he won his first balloon d'or award and he was seen where he posed with the certificate given to him by Guinness book of record as the only and first player with the highest number of goals in men's international football.
The Manchester United forward won the award when Portugal defeated Republic of Ireland 2-1, Ireland was leading the game, and it looks as if they're going with the victory, but Cristiano Ronaldo scored brace in the late minutes to claim the win for his country, he scored two powerful headers to give Portugal the win, he scored the winning goal in the 96th minutes of the gave which made his international goals 111 and the forwarder is now two goals ahead of retired Iranian striker, daei who scored 109 goals for his country before he retired, Ronaldo is also Portugal's all-time highest goalscorer.
He was given a certificate by Guinness book of record.
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