Cristiano Ronaldo breaks another Goalscoring record with Last minute Masterclass

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Football icon Cristiano Ronaldo has become the highest goalscorer of all time in men’s football.

Ronaldo equaled equalled Ali Daei’s record of 109 goals at the Most recent European Championship being the top scorer in the tournament with six goals in four games.

Buoyed by his return to Manchester United, the striker had an early chance to break the record from the penalty spot but was made to wait after his effort was saved by Gavin Bazunu.

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Cristiano Ronaldo now has a record 110th international goal after his goal on Wednesday
Cristiano Ronaldo now has a record 110th international goal after his goal on Wednesday
Portugal then fell behind to a John Egan goal and needed their talisman to step up and save them.

He did just that, leaping in trademark style to power a headed equaliser into the net and reach the personal milestone before netting a dramatic last minute winner.

Ronaldo’s first international goal was a consolation in the Euro 2004 curtain-raiser against Greece, before he scored the opener in the semi-final against the Netherlands.

Fast forward he now has 111 goals on the International stage.

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