Sport The perfect 10! Cristiano Ronaldo breaks Michel Platini's Euros record
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has become the UEFA European Championships' all-time top scorer after scoring against Hungary at .
The Portugal striker grabbed his 10th goal - and later 11th - in all finals at the Puskas Arena in Budapest, taking him clear of Michel Platini.
While the Frenchman scored all his goals in just one tournament in 1984, Ronaldo has bagged his across five different campaigns.
His first came in his first appearance - a consolation in the opening group game of Euro 2004 against.
And he'll hoping this won't be his last as he looks to help his side retain their title won in France in 2016.
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Here, Sportsmail looks at all of Ronaldo's Euros goals after netting from the penalty spot in their victory over Hungary on Tuesday.
1. vs Greece, Euro 2004 Group Stages
Ronaldo's first goal was in the opening game of Euro 2004, as he headed the hosts a late consolation as they were shocked by Greece in the opener. Little did they know a bigger shock was to come.
2. vs Holland, Euro 2004 Semi Final
The then Manchester United winger headed his side into the final that year - beating Edwin van der Sar to set up a rematch with Greece.
3. vs Czech Republic, Euro 2008 Group Stages
Ronaldo had a relatively quiet tournament in 2008, grabbing his only goal in the group stages against the Czech Republic as he fired home from the edge of the area.
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4. vs Holland, Euro 2012 Group Stages
Ronaldo has made a habit of netting against the Dutch on the European stage. He grabbed another in Ukraine here at Euro 2012.
5. vs Holland, Euro 2012 Group Stages
The then Real Madrid man grabbed a second to send Portugal through to the quarter finals, and dumped the Dutch out.
6. Czech Republic, Euro 2012 Quarter Final
A diving header against the Czech Republic sent Portugal through to the semi-finals in 2012.
7. Hungary, Euro 2016 Group Stages
Portugal were struggling and on their way out before Ronaldo's intervention in France - first with this cute backheel.
8. Hungary, Euro 2016 Group Stages
His powerful header was key in securing the draw that saw Portugal head through to the last-16 despite not winning a single match.
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9. Wales, Euro 2016 Semi Final
Ronaldo scored a trademark header in the semi-final against Wales to set up a final against the hosts France.
10. Hungary, Euro 2020 Group Stages
Ronaldo made history and became the all-time record goalscorer in European Championships after netting from 12 yards.
Renato Sanches played in Rafa Silva and the substitute was brought down by Willi Orban.
The Portuguese skipper stepped up from the spot and sent Hungary's goalkeeper the wrong way to make it 10 goals at the finals and in doing so became the first player to score in five separate Euros finals. He added his 11th Euros goal moments later with a weaving run into the box that rendered the defence useless.
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Neville lauds Ronaldo's 'mesmerising' heading after record broken .
Five of Ronaldo's 12 goals at the tournament have been headers and Neville saw first-hand the work that Ronaldo put in to hone his craft, with Patrick Vieira saying that Ronaldo's aggression is key.The Juventus forward now has a record 12 European Championship goals after adding two to his tally in Portugal's opening game of this year's tournament to move him ahead of legendary France midfielder Michel Platini, before netting the opener against Joachim Low's men.