Cristiano Ronaldo sets a new record for Euro 2024

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There is no question that Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest footballers of all time, having played for the Portuguese national team in the past.

Having left Sporting CP at the age of 16 in 2002 to sign with Manchester United a year later, he began his professional football career as a professional footballer. This is the first time that the Portugal player has not been able to be stopped since then.

There is no doubt that Ronaldo will continue to break and make records in the future, even as he reaches the age of 39.

The Al Nassr play explained how he is extremely grateful to be able to play at the UEFA European Championship in Germany at the age of 39 when he spoke to reporters about how it has been a “gift” for him to be able to do so.

The Euros will be the first time for me to win a trophy, which I would be delighted to do; I feel privileged to play football every year, after 35 years. I’m 39, and I enjoy every year as it is. So to score for the national team would be something special. I have love for the national team; winning would be an amazing experience.”

In the event that Ronaldo returns to the event for the sixth time, he will be the first person to accomplish this feat.

Despite the fact that every game is special, a European Championship is special; it will be my sixth, also a record. The feeling of pride and passion is always present, whether it be the feeling I had when I made my debut in 2004, or you experience it now.

Portugal’s campaign in Group F will begin on June 18 when they play Czechia in the first match of the group. In the opening stage of the competition, they will also play Turkey as well as Georgia, who will make their debut.

Timenews1 provided that information.

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