Cristiano Ronaldo has been rewarded for his efforts with Portgual at this summer’s European Championship. The 36-year-old, despite only playing four games in the tournament, finished as the top scorer.
Ronaldo scored five goals throughout the tournament and had his personal trophy delivered to him prior to Portugal’s game against Ireland on Wednesday afternoon, as seen below.
Cristiano Ronaldo with the Euro 2020 top scorer trophy 🇵🇹 pic.twitter.com/vN15Xm3NTu
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Ronaldo could break the record for most goals for an international side during the international break, having equalled the current holder during Euro 2020.
It would be a fitting end to a week where he secured a sensational return to Manchester United, having left the club in 2009 for a then world-record fee of £80m.
Since then, he has won four Champions League trophies and as many Ballon d’Or’s.