When the term "ageless" is brought up in any football conversation, the name Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the top names that always go around with it. As Portugal gears up for their UEFA Euro 2024 opener against Czechia on June 18, the side's most-capped and most successful player will be hoping to make the moment count in what will be his record-sixth Euro campaign with the side. With the likes of Luka Modric, Toni Kroos having already featured in the competition, the 39-year-old Ronaldo is all set to get into the mix on Tuesday for what is supposed to be the starting chapter of his last dance in the competition.

Records, goals and

drama, these are the headliners of Ronaldo's rich history in the competition across his last five stints in the Euro and nothing but the same will yet again be expected from the talisman. Ronaldo has come a long way since his debut in the competition all the way back in 2004, which eventually saw him clinch the Euro 2016 title despite being subbed off injured in the final against France. After playing 207 games for Portugal, which saw him become the highest men's international goalscorer with his 130 goals, one might be surprised at the fact that the Al Nassr forward is still the side's prime attacking option with the likes of Joao Felix and Rafael Leao in the squad.
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