Al-Nassr sends Cristiano Ronaldo message
Cristiano Ronaldo, the superstar of Portuguese football, has been hailed by his club, Al-Nassr, after he scored a brace in Portugal’s 6-0 victory over Luxembourg in the Euro 2024 qualifying match. The 38-year-old, who has won five Ballon d’Or awards, opened the scoring in the ninth minute with a left-footed finish from close range.
Joao Felix of Chelsea added another goal six minutes later, and Bernardo Silva of Manchester City made it three before Ronaldo scored his second goal of the night. His former Manchester United teammate, Bruno Fernandes, provided the assist.
With his two goals, Ronaldo has now scored 122 international goals in 198 appearances for Portugal, making him the most capped player in international football history. He is also the player with the most goals in football history, having scored 832 goals over the course of his illustrious career.
Al-Nassr, Ronaldo’s club side, took to social media to praise the attacker for his incredible achievements. In a message to Ronaldo, they said, “He’s not following Records. Records are following him.”
Ronaldo has been in outstanding form for both club and country this season. He has scored 22 goals in 24 appearances for Manchester United and has been instrumental in their resurgence in the Premier League. For Portugal, he has scored six goals in his last four appearances, including the two goals he scored against Luxembourg.
As Portugal look to defend their Euro title, Ronaldo’s form will be crucial to their success. He will be hoping to lead his team to glory once again and add to his already impressive list of accolades. With the way he is playing, it seems like Ronaldo is still far from finished and will continue to break records and make history in the years to come.