On February 5, Cristiano Ronaldo is 35 years old and is still breaking records and writing the continent's old football name to deserve the title "King of Europe".

Don, who scores goals, runs, passes and participates in 90 minutes and plays for Juventus in one of the strongest European leagues, has set a new football history and broke records that until recently did not touch, but is approaching to break the number on the former Iranian scorer Daei, which was a dream for the players to approach him.

What figures did Groom achieve last night?

- The first European player to score 90 or more goals, is now the second place in the list of top scorers with 93 goals, 18 goals from Daei.

- He broke the record for the European Cup qualifiers, which was held by Northern Ireland's Robbie Keane (23 goals), and reached four (Super Hattrick) against Lithuania to his 24th goal in the European qualifiers.

- He scored against 40 teams during his career with Brazil Europe.

- He scored the eighth hat-trick with his country and the 54th in his career.

Portugal strengthened their chances of qualifying by beating Lithuania 5-1 on Monday, raising their tally to eight points in second place, five points behind their leaders Ukraine, who played five games to four games for Portugal.

The Portuguese team revealed its teeth in the game, especially in the second half to achieve his second consecutive victory in the group, after he started his qualifying campaign with two consecutive draws.

The first half ended 1-1, with Ronaldo leading in the seventh minute from a penalty, and Vitotas Andreskvitsos equalized for Lithuania in the 28th minute.

In the second half, Ronaldo showered Lithuania with three more goals (62, 65 and 76), and William Carvalho scored the fifth goal for Portugal in the last minute of the game.