Cristiano Ronaldo's iconic celebration after scoring 100th international goal was so loud

Ronaldo scored a screamer for his 100th goal

Cristiano Ronaldo reached an incredible landmark on Tuesday night. 

The Portugal superstar scored his 100th international goal, hitting a milestone that no other player born in Europe has ever achieved. 

But he didn't even stop there.

Against Sweden, Ronaldo scored twice, taking his total to 101. 

He's now behind only Iran's Ali Daei when it comes to scoring international goals and will surely overtake his total of 109 goals before retiring. 

Cristiano's 100th Portugal goal was one to remember too. 

Ronaldo scored two landmark goals vs Sweden

In vintage style, he smashed home a free-kick from the edge of the box, giving goalkeeper Robin Olsen absolutely no chance. 

Check out the strike below: 

What a way to round off your century of goals. It's just a real shame there were no fans inside the stadium to see it in person. 

But that didn't stop Ronaldo pulling out his signature 'Siuuuuuu!' celebration. In fact, with no supporters around, we could hear just how loud he actually shouts. 

Check it out: 

Beautiful. Ronaldo's trademark will never be beaten, surely?

After reaching 101 international goals, the Juventus superstar suggested that he'll go after Daei's record of 109, but isn't worrying about it too much. 

"I managed to beat this milestone of 100 goals and now [I'll go] for the record," he said, per Sky Sports

Ronaldo wants to break another record

"It's step-by-step. I am not obsessed because I believe the records come in a natural way. 

"[But] the future, only God knows. I am happy to play with these young players and I am enjoying a lot this moment both individually and collectively." 

It seems almost inevitable that Ronaldo will go on to break another record. Yes, he's 35 now, but his record of scoring international goals since turning 30 is unreal. 

Ronaldo can break one final record

He has 48 goals in 47 international caps, so adding nine more to break one last record - perhaps the biggest of all - should be no problem. 

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