Cristiano Ronaldo Makes International History As Portugal Beat Sweden

Cristiano Ronaldo Makes International History As Portugal Beat Sweden

Cristiano Ronaldo career accomplishments keep increasing as he just got himself the first European player to reach 100 international goals.

This Landmark record-setting came when he scored twice in a 2 to nil win for Portugal against Sweden at the UEFA Nations League.

The Portuguese legend only follows Ali Daei who scored 109 for Iran in the span of 1993 to 2007.

This only makes Ronaldo’s status more stronger as one of the best ever player to play football as he adds this significant achievement to his notable career.

“I work hard to beat this milestone of 100 goals and now i will work tirelessly for the record.

It’s gradual process.

I am not troubled because I believe the records come in a good and natural way,” Ronaldo stated this after the match while honoring and interview

The expectation for his 100th goal took really long as his last international goal was back in Nov 2019, as Goal.com reported.

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Throughout his spell as a professional, he made an important impact on any club he’s been a part of.

During his stay at Manchester United, Real Madrid and currently at Juventus, Ronaldo has dominated on the field with his incredible skills and goal scoring.

It doesn’t matter what stage they’re playing at, The five-time Ballon d’Or winner is always ready to give elite football anytime he pleases.

This was obvious in their victory against Sweden as Ronaldo provided a beautiful brace that propelled Portugal to the victory.

There was no match for Ronaldo’s craftiness , speed and athleticism on the field of play as he easily scored the two lone goals of the evening.

The recent market value of Ronaldo is known to be at 60 million Euros.

The Ballon d’Or winner is still leading his club to many victories, as Juventus remains as one of the top teams in Serie A.

Throughout his stay with the Allianz Stadium-based squad, he’s made 89 appearances, scoring 65 goals and create 18 assists.

The 35-year-old isn’t stopping anytime soon as he’s ready for any challenge ahead of him.

Presently, the five-time Champions League winner is finding a way to defend Portugal’s Nations League title as they’re aiming for another championships.

Credit: Ibtimes

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