Cristiano Ronaldo became the all-time leading international goalscorer when he surpassed Iranian great Ali Daei’s tally of 109 goals in September 2021.
Cristiano Ronaldo has announced the upcoming FIFA World Cup will not be his last international competition as he wants to play at Euro 2024.
Ronaldo, who is in the twilight of his career, will be 39 years old next year but that hasn’t deterred the Portugues from eyeing another silverware.
“I hope to be a part of the Federation for a few more years. I still feel motivated, my ambition is high,” said the five-time Ballon d’Or winner after receiving an award at the Quinas de Ouro on Tuesday evening.
“My path in the national team is not over. We have many quality youngsters,” he was quoted as saying by SportsBible.
“I will be at the World Cup and I want to be at the European Championship,” he added.
Ronaldo won Euro 2016 with Portugal, his first major international honour.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s speech after winning EURO 2016. 🇵🇹❤️
— Football Tweet ⚽ (@Football__Tweet) September 20, 2022
Ronaldo became the all-time leading international goalscorer when he surpassed Iranian great Ali Daei’s tally of 109 goals in September 2021.