How many goals has Cristiano Ronaldo scored for Portugal?
Posted by  badge Boss on Mar 24, 2023 - 02:52PM
Ronaldo is a legend of the game (Picture: Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

may be approaching the final chapter of his , but the iconic forward has his eyes on one last triumph with the Portuguese national team.

The 38 year-old will look to guide through qualifying for , which .

Ronaldo, who , has a number of prestigious individual records in his possession – and that extends to international football with Portugal.

But exactly how many goals has Ronaldo scored for his country and which international titles currently occupy his trophy cabinet?

Here are all the details.

How many goals has Cristiano Ronaldo scored at international level?

Ronaldo has scored a total of 120 goals in 195 appearances for the Portuguese national team since making his debut in 2003.

Ronaldo has made history with Portugal (Picture: Pablo Morano/BSR Agency/Getty Images)

This makes the 38 year-old the highest goalscorer in international history, with his coming against the Republic of Ireland in September 2021.

The previous record was held by Ali Daei, who scored 109 goals for Iran across his 13 year-spell with the national team.

Of his incredible 120 strikes, eight have come across his five tournaments – which is only bettered in a Portuguese shirt by the legendary Eusebio with nine.

Ronaldo’s 14 goals at the European Championships makes him the highest goalscorer in the history of the competition, whilst he is also the only outfield player to have featured in five Euros.

Cristiano Ronaldo's goals for Portugal

  • World Cup – 8
  • World Cup qualifiers – 36
  • European Championships – 14
  • Euro qualifiers – 33
  • Nations League – 7
  • Confederations Cup – 2
  • Friendlies – 20

Which trophies has Cristiano Ronaldo won with Portugal?

Ronaldo has won two trophies with Portugal across his 20 year spell in international football.

The first title was won at Euro 2016, with his three goals helping the Selecao win their first ever trophy in their history.

In the final at the Stade de France, Ronaldo was forced off the pitch in tears after colliding with Dimitri Payet in the eighth minute, but those tears were quickly forgotten when Eder struck in extra-time to ensure the trophy headed back to Lisbon.

Ronaldo’s second trophy in Portuguese red was the Nations League triumph in 2018, courtesy of wins over Switzerland and the Netherlands in the finals in Portugal.

Ronaldo’s international career started with heartbreak when hosts Portugal were beaten by surprise champions Greece in the final of Euro 2004.

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