- Cristiano Ronaldo is looking to break a Euro qualifying record when Portugal tackle Lithuania on September 10
- The five-time Ballon d'Or winner netted his 21st goal for Portugal against Serbia last weekend
- Robbie Keane holds Euro qualifiers record with 23 goals
Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal and Juventus forward, has a date with history as he attempts to equal Robbie Keane's 23-goal milestone in Euro qualifiers.
Portugal's Selecao tackle Lithuania’s Rinktine in a Euro 2020 qualifying clash on Tuesday, September 10, at the LFF Stadium, Vilnius,.
And Ronaldo will try to keep with Maurizio Sarri’s demands to set new goals record in Italian topflight the season and (maybe Europe) as well.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner netted his 21st goal for Portugal against Serbia at the weekend.
A hat-trick against Lithuania’s Rinktine, who are placed at the foot of Group B log, will see Ronaldo become the new-goal king in Euro qualifiers as he would have overtaking Keane.
The Ireland legend took to the social media to admit Ronaldo’s threat ahead of Tuesday’s clash.
“He's closing in,” Keane posted on his official Instagram alongside a short question. “Don't you think you have enough records, Cristiano?”
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward, has netted 89 goals for Portugal so far.
Ahead of the international break Ronaldo scored his first Serie A goal against Napoli in the two-week old 2019-2020.
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