Portugal football player Cristiano Ronaldo made history and added new records to his journey during his Portugal’s Victory against Liechtenstein in the Euro 2024 Qualifier by becoming world’s most capped male international player with 197 appearances for his country.
Ronaldo led Portugal to a 4-0 win against Liechtenstein, scoring a brace.
Ronaldo’s first strike was a penalty but his second was a barbaric free kick.
With his 197th international appearance for Portugal the footballer has now surpassed Kuwait legend Bader Al-Mutawa who owns 196 caps under his belt.
This list is followed by Malaysian icon Soh Chin Ann with 195 caps making him the third highest on the list, Egyptian Ahmed Hassan on fourth with 184 caps and Oman great Ahmed Mubarak is fifth with 183 caps with him.
Ronaldo made his international debut in 2003 and became the first man to score in five World Cups last year before Portugal lost to Morocco in the quarterfinals.
Ronaldo is a football sensation all over the world and he successfully has managed to keep up to his reputation and fame with his hardwork and achievements throughout the years.