Ronaldo broke the world record 06/11/2024, 23:22

The forward of the Portuguese national team and Saudi Al-Nasr broke the world record in the number of matches at the highest level. transmits International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS).

A friendly match is currently being played between Portugal and Ireland. Ronaldo played 1226 matches at the highest level. According to this indicator, he surpassed Brazilian goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni (1225).

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On 31 May, Al-Nasr lost to Al-Hilal in the final of the King’s Cup, with Ronaldo in the squad.

On January 2, 2023, Ronaldo became a player for Al-Nasr from Saudi Arabia under a contract for which he received €200 million annually. It was reported that the Portuguese and his family were also given additional bonuses. The Portuguese striker joined the club from Saudi Arabia in 2023 after terminating his contract due to tensions with Manchester United head coach Erik ten Hag.

Before that, Ronaldo played for Real Madrid for nine years and for Juventus in Turin for three years. The Portuguese footballer won five Ballon d’Or and won the Champions League five times during his career.

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Source: Gazeta


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