Cristiano Ronaldo: Portugal forward on brink of more international history
If Cristiano Ronaldo participates in Portugal’s Euro 2024 qualifying opener against Liechtenstein on Thursday, he will surpass Bader Al-Mutawa of Kuwait and become the most-capped men’s international footballer.
Ronaldo, who is 38 years old and currently playing for Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, has scored a men’s record of 118 international goals. Despite some concerns about his international future after Portugal’s defeat to Morocco, new manager Roberto Martinez has included him in the squad, citing his importance to the team.
Ronaldo has expressed his desire to continue to be called up for international duty and to become the most-capped player in history. His illustrious career has already seen him break numerous records, and his latest achievement only adds to his legacy as one of the greatest footballers of all time.
Ronaldo’s incredible feats on the football pitch have earned him widespread admiration and respect from fans and peers alike. He is known for his incredible athleticism, skill, and work ethic, which have allowed him to maintain his performance at the highest level well into his late thirties.
Despite his many achievements, Ronaldo remains fiercely driven to continue breaking records and achieving new milestones. His ambition and dedication to his craft are evident in his ongoing pursuit of becoming the most-capped player in history, as well as his determination to be called up to the national team as often as possible.
As Ronaldo continues to make history and set new standards for excellence in football, his legacy as one of the sport’s greatest players is secure.
His achievements on the field have inspired countless fans and aspiring players around the world, and his impact on the game is sure to be felt for generations to come.