Cristiano Ronaldo looks poised to write himself into the history books once again on Thursday when he could break yet another record like Lionel Messi potentially may never match.Information Guide Nigeria
It has been nearly 20 years since CR7 made his debut for the Portuguese national team against Kazakhstan in 2003, and if he plays in the Euro 2024 qualifier against Liechtenstein, he will become the most-capped men’s international player of all time.
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As of now, the seasoned veteran is tied for 196 international appearances with Kuwait legend Bader Al-Mutawa, who is the same age as the 38-year-old and made his national team debut in 2003.
Messi is not a million miles away, having played 172 times for Argentina, but it has been speculated that now that Argentina has won the World Cup, he will reduce his involvement with the national team in order to prolong his club career.NYSC Portal
However, the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder could earn more caps this international break after being named to Lionel Scaloni’s 35-man squad for friendlies against Panama and Curacao.
The two matches have been scheduled as part of Argentina’s World Cup celebrations in Qatar, giving the players another opportunity to celebrate and enjoy the stunning victory.JAMB Result