The Guinness Book of World Records confirmed that Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo, the Manchester United striker, broke the record for the most international goalscorer with national teams in history, after breaking the record as the most international goalscorer in history, by scoring 111 goals, surpassing the Iranian Ali Daei who scored 109 goals.
Ronaldo posted, through his official account on the “Instagram” website, a picture of him with the certificate of the Guinness Book of Records, commenting: “Thank you to the Guinness Book of World Records, it is always good to let the world know that you are a record-breaker.. Let’s keep trying to make those numbers bigger.”.”
Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo admitted that he could not have imagined breaking Ali Daei’s amazing record for international goals..
But the Portuguese star managed to achieve this during Portugal’s 2-1 victory over the Republic of Ireland, and Ronaldo was equal in the number of goals from the Iranian legend over Daei with 109 goals per player, but Ronaldo managed to turn the situation around in the last minutes, scoring two goals from headers to achieve The record breaks the hearts of the Irish.
Ronaldo celebrated his achievement in a lengthy Instagram post after the match, writing: “I can’t even begin to express myself with words! I’m so excited! Let’s go, Portugal! Let’s go.”