- Cristiano Ronaldo has expressed his delight after winning the Best Scorer award at the 2022 Gala Quinas de Ouro
- The Man United forward was awarded the prestigious gong for his contribution to the national football team
- Ronaldo has scored an eyewatering 117 goals for the Fernando Santos-tutored side, and will be hoping to add to his tally during the upcoming international break
Manchester United attacker Cristiano Ronaldo has made a promise to fans after bagging the Best Scorer award at the 2022 Gala Quinas de Ouro on Tuesday.
Ronaldo was awarded the prestigious prize to celebrate his achievement of becoming Portugal's leading goalscorer.
The 37-year-old has now scored 117 goals for Selecao in just 189 appearances.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is currently the most capped Portuguese footballer, with Joao Moutinho in second place with 146 appearances.
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Cristiano Ronaldo vows to break more records
Reacting to winning the award, Ronaldo took to social media to thank his teammates, coaches, family, friends, and fans for supporting his football journey.
While sharing a photo of him with the award, the former Real Madrid and Juventus star vowed to continue to break more records.
"Proud to win the award for the best national scorer for the country that I love! Thanks again to all my teammates, coaches, my family, friends and all my fans who helped me to achieve this great achievement," he posted.
"Together we will continue to break all possible records! Thank you #Portugal," the Man United star added.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo will be hoping to add to his tally of goals for the national team during the upcoming international break.
Portugal are scheduled to play two fixtures in the Nations League, including a home tie against Spain on Tuesday, September 27.
Man United told they won't win anything with Ronaldo in the team
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Paul Merson has warned Manchester United that they will not win anything with Cristiano Ronaldo still in the team.
Ronaldo has had a slow start to the new season after a confusing summer that saw his future with the Red Devils plunged into uncertainty.
The Portuguese star has started just three matches so far this term, with Erik ten Hag preferring Marcus Rashford upfront.
Source: Sports Brief News