It was another historic day for Cristiano Ronaldo has he made his 200th appearance for Portugal in Tuesday's Euro 2024 qualifier against Iceland, with the star being recognised for his excellent achievement.
Al-Nassr forward Ronaldo received a Guinness World Records certificate for having the most international caps for a male player.
The closest to Ronaldo's tally is Bader Al-Mutawa, who was capped by Kuwait on 196 occasions.
Former Manchester United star Ronaldo made his senior debut for Portugal against Kazakhstan in August 2003.
He is also Portugal's all-time record scorer with 123 goals.
Ronaldo won the European Championship with Portugal in 2016 and also experienced success in the Nations League in 2019.
Ahead of the game against Iceland, Ronaldo said: 'Two hundred games played proves the love I have for my country.
'For me it is an extremely important milestone. It means a lot. [Two hundred] is a beautiful number that [no men's player] has. I'm very proud because this is something I never thought I could reach. And I'm continuing to set records.'