Cristiano Ronaldo makes history as the most capped international player

Cristiano Ronaldo makes history as the most capped international player

Cristiano Ronaldo has become the world's most-capped men's international footballer of all time with 197 appearances.

The Portuguese ace started against Liechtenstein in the team's 2024 Euro qualifier. He also scored a penalty in the 51st minute and a freekick in the 63rd, adding to his record-tally of 120 goals for Portugal.

That's twenty straight years of goals for Portugal from the legend.

Cristiano Ronaldo's sustained success

The striker has now scored against 45 countries and 125 clubs in his 20-year-plus career.

The 38-year-old currently plays for Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia after signing a world-record $200 million contract with the Saudi Pro side.

From his early days as a tricky winger for Manchester United to a prolific goal-scoring forward for Real Madrid, Juventus, and now Al-Nassr he has shown remarkable durability.

Ronaldo's success is a testament to his ability to adapt and evolve his game over time.

Keep the records coming, CR7!

Photo: Twitter/Actu_Foot

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