Cristiano Ronaldo has a reputation for having an unprecedented competitive spirit which keeps him going at his maximum at all times.
This time around, Ronaldo is looking to break Ali Daei’s 109 international goals record.
🇵🇹 Cristiano Ronaldo is now just 10 goals behind Iran legend Ali Daei's record tally of 109. pic.twitter.com/k7NpgP4yMO
— SPORTbible (@sportbible) November 18, 2019
His latest outings against Lithuania and Luxembourg were fruitful, with the Portuguese scoring four goals in two matches.
However, Juventus striker knows no limits when it comes to shattering records.
“Every single record I have broken for the national team and for my clubs, they are records to be broken.
“I will break every one of them, they will come naturally,” Ronaldo said confidently, as quoted by Sky Sports.
Despite his latest outburst at Juventus, Ronaldo accused the media of creating a scandal out of nothing.
“There was no controversy. You [the media] want controversies.
“You obviously know that I don’t like to be substitute, but I have been playing with some limitations.”
Even though Ronaldo is adamant to keep going, his age is slowly showing up. The Portuguese scored just six goals in 14 appearances at Juve this season.