Portugual may have seen their impressive unbeaten streak concluding, but there are reasons for Portuguese fans to celebrate after what Cristiano Ronaldo did.
Juventus' ace managed to score one more goal in the 2020 UEFA Euro Qualifiers against Ukraine, and while he was not able to prevent the Selecao's loss, he was calm enough to drill a penalty to the back of Andriy Pyatov's net to reach 700 goals in all comps.
CR7 also reached 95 goals with the Portuguese side, taking one more step in his quest to hit the 100th-goal mark with his national team.
Cristiano Ronaldo joined Josef Bican (805 goals), Pelé (779), Romario (748), Ferenc Puskas (709) and Gerd Müller (701) as the only players in history to score 700+ goals in history with this penalty (Image might be geo-restricted).
Here's a breakdown of Cristiano's goals.
Despite this new record for the footballer, Portugal will need to step it up in their quest to defend their 2016 UEFA Euro title, as they are only one point ahead of Serbia in Group B, with Ukraine having booked their spot in the continental competition with their victory against A Selecao das Quinas.