Just days after he joined Manchester United for the second time, Cristiano Ronaldo has made history. During Portugal’s World Cup qualifier against Ireland, the 36-year-old equalized late in the second half with a fine header, making him the all-time leading international goal-scorer:

Now, he has 111 goals for his country, surpassing Iran’s Ali Daei, who was at 109. Ronaldo not only equalized but also won it for Portugal in injury time with another fantastic finish:

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Cristiano Ronaldo has been absolutely clinical for the Selecao as he won the Golden Boot at Euro 2020 after netting five times. Keep in mind, Portugal was also knocked out at the quarterfinal stage and he still managed to take home the honors. He was actually awarded the trophy on Wednesday prior to their fixture with Ireland.

The Portuguese star was ultimately denied the chance to break the record earlier in the game when his spot-kick was saved in the 15th minute. But, in the end, Cristiano Ronaldo was able to put his name in the record books and give his side a crucial three points. The Red Devils will also be delighted to see him scoring goals before he makes his second debut for the club following the international break.

Cristiano Ronaldo. A living legend.