The Portuguese superstar has surpassed Ali Daei’s record after his brace against Republic of Ireland on Wednesday…
Cristiano Ronaldo scripted history by becoming the highest goal scorer of all-time in international football as he netted a brace against the Republic of Ireland in a 2022 World Cup qualifying game on Wednesday at the Algarve Stadium in Portugal.
With the brace, Ronaldo surpassed Iran’s Ali Daei’s record of 109 goals and has now become the all-time highest international goalscorer with 111 goals in his kitty.
The visitors took the lead in the 45th minute of the match after Ronaldo had missed a penalty in the 15th minute. But the Portuguese superstar made amends in the second half by scoring twice in the 89th minute and 90+6 minutes to guide his team to a memorable win.
Now with the three points, Portugal remained at the top of the Group A with 10 points from four matches. Serbia are currently second in the group with seven points from three matches.
Let’s break down his 111 goals.
Which country has Ronaldo scored the most goals against?
Ronaldo has scored against 44 countries in his career. The two countries against whom Ronaldo has scored the most goals against are Lithuania and Sweden. The 36-year-old has notched seven goals against both countries during his illustrious career.
The next country on this list is Andorra, against whom Ronaldo has scored six goals. Here is a detailed breakdown of Ronaldo’s goals.
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Published at Thu, 02 Sep 2021 03:47:20 +0000