Despite missing a disappointing penalty against the Republic of Ireland last night, Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo managed to secure two late goals to become the highest scoring men’s international player.
The 36-year-old captain now boasts 111 goals in international football and is followed by Iranian Ali Daei with 109 goals, Malaysian Mokhtar Dahari with 89 goals, Hungarian Ferenc Puskas with 84 goals, Zambian Godfrey Chitalu with 79, Iraqi Hussein Saeed with 78, Brazilian Pele with 77 and Lionel Messi with 76.
Ronaldo scored two goals during last nights game versus Ireland for their World Cup Qualifiers within Group A, with the Portuguese captain dominating international headlines recently after his shock move to Manchester United.cs Ronaldo the Greatest of All Time?
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Could Cristiano Ronaldo be the greatest player of all time?