• Cristiano Ronaldo will play in the Euros 
  • He could be the oldest to play score in the tournament
  • Ronaldo is back after a shaky few years

Despite playing for Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia, far from the European football limelight, Ronaldo's unparalleled skills and goal-scoring prowess have earned him a spot in Portugal's squad, proving age is just a number in the beautiful game. Flashback to 20 years ago, a young Ronaldo made his tournament debut at Euro 2004, where Portugal faced a heartbreaking defeat in the final. 

Ronaldo's Remarkable Journey: From Euro 2004 to 2024

Fast forward to today, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is not only Portugal's most capped player but also the top scorer in men's international soccer with a record 128 goals. His journey from a promising talent to a football icon is nothing short of cinematic, with a script filled with triumphs, setbacks, and an unyielding spirit.

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After a disappointing 2022 World Cup, where Ronaldo saw himself benched, many speculated his days on the international stage might be numbered....

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