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The star of the Portuguese national team, Cristiano Ronaldo, has not stopped making victories at the age of four. / Photo: Instagram @cristiano

Porto - The star of the Portuguese national team, Cristiano Ronaldo, has not stopped making achievements at the age of four. Recently, the 38-year-old striker set two records in Portugal's win over Slovakia.

Saudi Arabia's backbone club Al Nasr FC scores a goal during Portugal's 3-2 win over Slovakia in a 2024 European Cup qualifier at Estadio do Dragao, Porto, on Saturday (14/10/2023).

Nicknamed the Selecao de las Quinas, the team had to fight to overcome the opposition of the visitors. Goncalo Ramos' goal (18') and Ronaldo's free kick (29') took the lead. However, Slovakia reduced the chances through David Hanko (69') before Ronaldo responded again (72'). After Slovakia's Stanislav Lobotka (80') narrowly leveled, Portugal were worried.

Fortunately, the victory favors the team of Roberto Martinez. For the 11th time, Ronaldo has been selected as the best player, aka Man Of The Match (MOTM).

At this point, Ronaldo managed to set two records at the same time. The first record is that Ronaldo has scored 100 goals every 10 years in the last 3 decades.

Portugal beat Slovakia 3-2, Cristiano Ronaldo 2 makes new history

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Between 2000 and 2010, Ronaldo, who was building his reputation at Sporting CP, Manchester United and Real Madrid, scored 206 goals. Between 2010 and 2020, with Madrid and Juventus, CR7 scored 550 goals.

Ronaldo's goal tally has now reached 100 goals between 2020 and 2023, according to WIB on Saturday morning. It didn't end there, Ronaldo set another record.

Portugal beat Slovakia 3-2, Cristiano Ronaldo 2 makes new history

(Photo: Instagram @cristiano)

He has now scored 73 goals at international level and is 30 years old. Surprisingly, this point cannot be matched by any player of any age.

Ronaldo has scored more than 176 goals for national teams. Almost all European and South American countries from Germany, Italy, England, Spain, Netherlands, Sweden, Croatia, Denmark, Uruguay, Chile, Mexico, USA, Egypt and Ghana have fallen victim to Ronaldo's brutality.

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