Cristiano Ronaldo has set a Guinness World Record after earning 200 caps for Portugal. Ronaldo made his 200th appearance for Portugal in their Euro 2024 qualifier against Iceland. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner celebrated the milestone by scoring the winning goal in the 89th minute, as Portugal pipped Iceland 1-0 in European Championships qualifier.
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Cristiano Ronaldo has set a Guinness World Record after earning 200 caps for Portugal. The renowned forward will make his 200th appearance for A Selecao das Quinas against Iceland in their Euro 2024 qualifier. The 38-year-old has now become the most-capped player in international football.
The Guinness Book of Records has recognized Cristiano Ronaldo’s feat. Before Portugal’s match against Iceland, the captain was awarded a certificate for his achievements. It is just another record to add to Ronaldo’s vast list of international football achievements. With 122 goals in 200 appearances, the Al Nassr striker is the all-time leading international goal scorer. The famous forward shows no signs of slowing down and isn’t going anywhere.
Ronaldo made his debut for A Selecao das Quinas in 2003, when he was 18 years old. He won the 2016 European Championships with his national team and may be interested in competing in next year’s competition.
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