Cristiano Ronaldo has set a new record of becoming the first player to score against 46 teams in the world.
Ronaldo who set the record against Qatar during an international fri3ndly on Saturday has now scored 112 goals, which no one is yet to match.
The five-time world footballer of the year had already surpassed the milestone of 109 goals held by Iran’s Ali Daei last month when he scored twice against Ireland to move him onto 111.
He added a 112th at the Algarve Stadium against next year’s World Cup hosts. The Manchester United forward scored a close-range left-footed effort from a pass from United team-mate Diogo Dalot.
He was substituted at half-time, just before ex-Southampton defender Jose Fonte doubled their advantage. Rafael Leao, Ronaldo’s replacement, hit the woodwork before Andre Silva completed the scoring in stoppage time.
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