Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo has achieved yet another incredible milestone in his career. During Portugal’s Euro 2024 qualifying opener in Lisbon, Ronaldo made his 197th men’s international appearance, breaking the world record.
Previously, Ronaldo was tied with Kuwaiti forward Bader Al-Mutawa on 196 caps, but his appearance against Morocco at the World Cup helped him reach this historic achievement.
Ronaldo, who is currently playing for Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia, holds the record for the most goals scored in men’s international football with 118 goals. He made his international debut in 2003 and has since become a household name in the world of football.
Last year, Ronaldo also became the first player in history to score in five different World Cups during his appearance at the tournament in Qatar.
As one of the greatest footballers of all time, Ronaldo continues to impress fans and fellow players alike with his unparalleled skill and dedication to the sport. His world record-breaking 197th appearance is yet another testament to his incredible career and legacy in the game.