After two decades starting for the national team, Ronaldo should reach two hundred games for Portugal in Reykjavik, breaking yet another record in a career that has seen him being acknowledged as one of the best players ever in the history of football.

After becoming the most capped player ever in March, surpassing Kuwaiti Bader Al-Mutawa, Ronaldo could now become the first player in history to reach 200 appearances, adding to the 122 goals he has scored for his country.

Iceland-Portugal, from the fourth round of Group J qualifying for Euro2024, is scheduled for 19:45 (18:45 local time) and will be refereed by Daniel Siebert.