Cristiano Ronaldo becomes all-time highest goal scorer in international football

Ronaldo caught his 110th goal in the 89th minute to overtake former Iran striker Ali Dei. Six minutes after stoppage time, Ronaldo broke Irish hearts with 111 runs in 180 games when defender John Egan gave his country the lead in the 45th.

Cristiano Ronaldo becomes all-time highest goal scorer in international football
Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty but still broke the men's international scoring record and Portugal beat Ireland 2–1 in World Cup qualifying before scoring the second goal.

Ronaldo caught his 110th goal in the 89th minute to overtake former Iran striker Ali Dei. Six minutes after stoppage time, Ronaldo broke Irish hearts with 111 runs in 180 games when defender John Egan gave his country the lead in the 45th.

Ronaldo said, "I am very happy, not just because I broke the record, but for the special moments that we had." "Two goals at the end of the game are very tough, but I have to appreciate what the team did. We were confident till the end."

But Ronaldo, who returned to join Manchester United, is still 76 goals behind the game's most prolific international scorer. Christine Sinclair, 38, scored her 187th goal for Canada at the Tokyo Olympics last month. His 15th-minute spot kick was well saved by goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu, who was just 2 years old when Ronaldo scored his first goal for Portugal. A slender winger at the 2004 European Championships.

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