Cristiano Ronaldo sets Guinness World Record to make 200 International Caps
Cristiano Ronaldo has received a Guinness World Record after reaching 200 international caps for Portugal. The legendary forward is making his 200th appearance for A Selecao das Quinas in their Euro 2024 qualifier against Iceland. The 38-year-old has broken another record and is the most-capped player in international football.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s achievement has been recognized by the Guinness Book of Records. The Portugal captain was presented with a certificate for his accomplishment before his nation’s clash against Iceland.
It is yet another record to add to Ronaldo’s long list of accomplishments in international football. The Al Nassr frontman is the all-time top goalscorer in international football with 122 goals in 200 games to date. The legendary forward is showing no signs of stopping and isn’t intending on doing so anytime soon. The 38-year-old spoke this week about his future with the Portugal national team.
Ronaldo made his debut for A Selecao das Quinas back in 2003 at the age of 18. He won the 2016 European Championships with his national team and could be eyeing participating in next year’s edition of the tournament.