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Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't care that England lost the UEFA Euro 2020 Final to Italy in a penalty shootout.

All he knows is that Harry Kane was unable to score a brace in the final match, making CR7 the top goalscorer of the tournament.

Despite Portugal getting eliminated by Belgium in the Round of 16, Ronaldo's silver lining is that he reached yet another historic mark.

He became the tournament's top scorer of all time and doesn't show signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Patrik Schick, a Czech Republic striker, had the same amount of goals as the Portuguese star, but the award was given to Ronaldo because he also tallied an assist.

Cristiano continues to surprise the world with his amazing skills on the field, but does he have what it takes to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar?