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Cristiano Ronaldo, the captain of Portugal, has stated that he is not ready to retire from international football.

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In September, the 36-year-old became the all-time leading scorer in men’s international football.

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Ronaldo has now scored 115 goals for Iran, breaking Ali Daei’s old record of 109 goals.

 

He, on the other hand, has no intention of hanging up his boots anytime soon.

 

Why? When asked if he was thinking about retiring from international football, Ronaldo told Sky Sports News, “I don’t think it’s my time yet.”

 

“It’s not about what other people want; it’s about what I want.”

 

It’s when I don’t feel like I can run, dribble, or shoot because my power is gone… However, because I still have that stuff, I want to keep going because I’m still motivated. It’s the most important word — [motivated] to perform my job, to make others happy, including my family, fans, and myself. I’d like to raise the bar even more.

 

You mention Portugal, but I have the most goals, wins, assists, and everything else in the Champions League. But I’d like to continue. Football is something I enjoy doing. It makes me glad to make people happy.”

 

 

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