Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Michel Platini’s Euros Record

Cristiano Ronaldo has become the UEFA European Championships’ all-time top scorer after scoring against Hungary at Euro 2020.

The Portugal striker grabbed his 10th goal in all finals at the Puskas Arena in Budapest, taking him clear of Michel Platini.

While the Frenchman scored all his goals in just one tournament in 1984, Ronaldo has bagged his across five different campaigns.

His first came in his first appearance – a consolation in the opening group game of 2004 against Greece.

And he’ll hoping this won’t be his last as he looks to help his side retain their title won in France in 2016.

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