Cristiano Ronaldo May Play His Last International Match at EURO 2024

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the legends of international football or soccer. In fact, he’s considered one of the greatest players of football of all time. He started his career at 17 years of age with Sporting CP all the way back in 2002.

He then signed a year later to Manchester United. He proceeded to win back-to-back Premier League with his M.U. team, such as the 2006 to 2007 championship, the 2007 to 2008 championship, and the 2008 to 2009 championship.

Cristiano Confirms Plan to Play at EURO 2024 as His Last International Match

  • All or Nothing in a Blaze of Glory: Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t only confirming plans to play at EURO 2024 as part of the Portugal National Team as his last tournament and his last few matches. He also confirms that he wishes to go all the way to giving Portugal international glory.
  • Announced Intention: Everyone is already anticipating this as Cristiano’s Last Ride since he already announced his intentional to extend his international career one last time with the Portugal national team for EURO 2024 since last year.
  • Something to Prove: Even though he’s already a legend in his respective sport like the late Kobe Bryant was to basketball and Manny Pacquiao is to boxing, Ronaldo feels like he still has something to prove at his age of 39 years old. He wants to traverse the same footsteps as LeBron James at his advanced age too.
  • The Road to Being GOAT: Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo wishes to make more than a just a respectable showing at the EURO 2024 for the EUFA Championship League. As the Al-Nassr and Portuguese superstar takes on the young lions of 2024 football, he wishes to establish dominance one last time.
  • His Records Speak for Themselves: Cristiano has broken previous records and made new ones in his name time and time again throughout his career. For instance, he has 123 goals to his name and his hunger remains as a superstar forward who wishes to compete for another major title even in 2024, at the sunset of his career.
  • Why is This All-Time Great Still Competing? Even though it seems Cristiano has already been there and done that, he wishes to leave everything on the line one more time in EURO 2024 because this same hunger is what made him so successful in the first place. He doesn’t rest on his laurels and he always aims to be great.

Even though this ATG and GOAT footballer has represented his proud country of Portugal 200 occasions from 17 years of age to 39 years old, he still has enough left in his tank for one last hurrah, taking on young guns like Kylian Mbappe and Jude Bellingham for UEFA’s greatest prize.