Legendary Portuguese Forward, Cristiano Ronaldo has set yet another record in the History of football after his Brace against Ireland sealed Victory for his team.

Cristiano Ronaldo went into the Game between Portugal and Ireland as the player with the Joint Most International goals in Football History with 109 goals alongside Iranian Ali Daei. 

The 36 years old who recently Signed a Contract Manchester United was the Inspiration his team needed to Overturn a 1-0 deficit after falling behind late in the First Half and with Cristiano Ronaldo himself missing a 15th Minute Penalty.

The Portuguese team mounted lots of Pressure on the Irish team late in the second half and their effort soon paid off. Ronaldo leapt highest to Meet a Pin-point Cross delivered by Conçalo Guedes in the 89th Minute before Doubling his tally for the Night in the 96th minute in a similar fashion to his first. 

Ronaldo's Equalizing goal Made him the player with the Most International goals in the History of football, breaking Ali Daei's Record (109). He further went ahead to Score his 111th International goal.

A lot of Football fans and 'pundits' are quite known for Taunting Cristiano Ronaldo as they believe he is more Prolific on the penalty spot and Penalties makes up most of his goals.

Well, that is just a Hoax. In a statistics chart displayed on ESPN, Cristiano's 111 goals is only made up of just 14 Penalties which is just 12% of his Total international Goals. The Player has scored 58 goals with his right foot, 25 with his left and 28 with his head.

The Reputable Football Media house gave an in-depth analysis of Cristiano's International goals as shown below.