Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal – Will CR7 become the top scorer at Euro 2024?

Cristiano Ronaldo, the 39-year-old Portuguese legend, is aiming for his second top scorer award at Euro 2024. With impressive form at Al-Nassr and the national team, Ronaldo is determined to leave a final mark on the European stage.

Cristiano Ronaldo, the great Portuguese striker, is showing brilliant form at the age of 39. Despite moving to play for Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia, Ronaldo still maintains an astonishingly prolific form. CR7 currently leads the Saudi Pro League top scorer list with 29 goals.

On the international stage, Cristiano Ronaldo continues to shine by becoming the second highest scorer in the Euro 2024 qualifiers with 10 goals. This is likely to be Ronaldo’s final major tournament and CR7 is determined to win the top scorer award and a second Euro championship for Portugal.

According to legend Gary Lineker, “Cristiano Ronaldo is a world-class scoring machine. Ronaldo is always a top contender for the top scorer title in major tournaments. I believe that CR7 will play a key role for Portugal at Euro 2024.”

Former football star Rio Ferdinand also highly rates Cristiano Ronaldo’s chances: “At 39, Ronaldo is still showing excellent form. His ability to finish, volley and head makes CR7 a major threat to the opponent’s goal. Cristiano Ronaldo can absolutely win the Golden Boot of Euro 2024.”

With experience, determination, and a special ability to score, Cristiano Ronaldo is determined to conquer the Euro 2024 top scorer title. Will 39-year-old superstar Ronaldo make history once again?

UEFA Euro 1960 to 2021 with 16 tournaments and 10 champion countries

Germany 3 times won the Euro (1972 – 1980 – 1996)

Spain 3 times won the Euro (1964 – 2008 – 2012)

France 2 times won the Euro (1984 – 2000)

Italy 2 times won the Euro (1968 – 2020)

Soviet Union won the Euro 1960 once

Czechoslovakia won the Euro 1976 once

Netherlands won the Euro 1988 once

Denmark won the Euro 1992 once

Greece won the Euro 2004 once

Portugal won the Euro 2016 once

Group F – Portugal

Coach: Roberto Martinez

Euro: 1 championship (2016)

World Cup: 3rd place (1966)

FIFA Ranking: 7th (as of February 15, 2024)

Current Euro 2024 Portugal squad: players and clubs (As of: March 27, 2024)


Diogo Costa (FC Porto)

José Sá (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

Rui Patrício (AS Rom)

Samuel Soares (Benfica Lissabon)


António Silva (Benfica Lissabon)

Diogo Dalot (Manchester United)

Diogo Leite (1. FC Union Berlin)

Gonçalo Inácio (Sporting Lissabon)

Raphaël Guerreiro (FC Bayern München)

João Cancelo (FC Barcelona)

João Mário (FC Porto)

Nélson Semedo (Wolverhampton Wanderers)

Nuno Mendes (Paris Saint-Germains)

Pepe (FC Porto)

Rúben Dias (Manchester City)

Toti (Wolverhampton Wanderers)


Bernardo Silva (Manchester City)

Bruma (Sporting Braga)

Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United)

Danilo (Paris Saint-Germain)

João Palhinha (FC Fulham)

João Neves (Benfica Lissabon)

Matheus Nunes (Manchester City)

Otávio (Al-Nassr FC)

Rúben Neves (Al-Hilal SFC)

Vitinha (Paris Saint-Germain)


Cristiano Ronaldo (Al-Nassr FC)

Dany Mota (AC Monza)

Francisco Conceição (FC Porto)

Gonçalo Ramos (FC Paris Saint-Germain)

João Félix (FC Barcelona)

Jota Silva (Vitória Guimarães)

Rafael Leão (AC Mailand)

Diogo Jota (FC Liverpool)

Trincão (Sporting Lissabon)

Topics: Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal, Al-Nassr, Euro 2024, Top scorer, Gary Lineker, Rio Ferdinand, Saudi Pro League

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