Portugal secured a comfortable 4-0 victory over Liechtenstein in their opening Euro 2024 qualifier at the Rheinpark Stadion. The Selecao struggled to create meaningful chances in front of goal, recording only four shots on target against their opponent ranked 200th in the world by FIFA.
However, the second half saw a flurry of goals from the Portuguese side, with a peach of a goal from Cristiano Ronaldo being the highlight of the match.
The Al-Nassr star scored his 120th international goal, becoming the player with the most wins in European qualifier history. With this victory, Ronaldo surpassed former teammate Sergio Ramos and is a couple of victories ahead of Luka Modric and former Juventus mate Gianluigi Buffon.
The achievement by the Portuguese has stirred reactions from fans, and many have been full of praise for the forward.
Ronaldo's record-breaking performance is yet another testament to his status as one of the greatest footballers of all time. Regardless of the turf or competition, the 38-year-old ensures he leaves his indelible mark wherever he plays.