Ali Daei Congratulates Ronaldo
After netting his record breaking goal yesterday to tie with the international goal all time highest goal scorer.
The holder of the record, Ali Daei of Iran has now congratulate Ronaldo for his landmark.
Congratulations to @cristiano who is now one goal away from breaking the men’s international goal scoring record. I am honoured that this remarkable achievement will belong to Ronaldo - great champion of football and caring humanist who inspires and impacts lives throughout the world. Vamos
Below is the break down of Ronald's goals.
31 - European Championship qualifiers
31 - World Cup qualifiers
19 - International friendlies
13 - European Championship
7 - World Cups
5 - Uefa Nations League
2 - Confederations Cup
Almost half of Cristiano Ronaldo's goals have come in the final 30 minutes of games.
He has netted 31 times in the final 15 minutes and 22 times between the 61st and 75th minute.
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