Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo broke Robbie Keane's all-time goalscoring tally in Uefa European Championship qualifiers on Tuesday night, adding to the host of international records he already holds.
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The 34-year-old scored four times in Portugal's 5-1 win over Lithuania on Tuesday to take his tally to 25 goals inthe qualification stage of the European Championship, breaking the former Republic of Ireland international's record of 23 strikes.
Ronaldo's latest achievemnt adds to his collection of international records, which includes being Portugal's most capped player of all time with 160 appearances, and leading goalscorer with 93 senior goals.
The Selecao captain's tally of international goals also places him as the highest European goalscorer of all time, and second overall, behind only Ali Daei of Iran with 109 goals.
Ronaldo also holds a number of tournament records, including being the oldest player to score a hat-trick at a Fifa World Cup tournament, having done so at the age of 33 years and 130 days against Spain in the 2018 edition of the showpiece.
He is also the first footballer to have scored in 10 consecutive international tournaments, and the only player who has scored in four separate European Championships and four separate World Cups.
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