Ronaldo’s world record with 109 goals
Although the time in club football is good and bad, Cristiano Ronaldo is flying in great rhythm in international football. The five-time Footballer of the Year is scoring one goal after another in Portugal’s jersey. He also rescued the team from the edge of the abyss against France. He brought the ticket for the knockout stage. He set a world record by scoring two goals against France. The Portugal captain has touched Ali Dai’s world record of 109 goals in international football.
Portugal drew 2-2 with France in a survival match at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen on Wednesday night. CR Seven scored two goals for Portugal in the match. Former footballer Ali Dai’s record has touched the second goal.
The Juventus star also set a record in the first goal. The Portuguese star became the first player in the world to score 20 goals in both the World Cup and the European Championship. After sending the ball to the net again, he now has 21 goals. He also holds the record for most goals in Euro history; He has scored a total of 14 goals here.
In the current Euro, France has become the group champion with 5 points after drawing with Portugal in group ‘F’. In another match, Germany, who had lost twice against Hungary, turned around and became the group runners-up with a 2-2 draw. Their points are also equal to Portugal’s four. However, they have been runners-up in the face-to-face fight. Portugal has confirmed the knockout with the third place.