Bader-Al-Mutawa, the captain of Kuwait is the most capped international player at the moment. Here, take a look at 3 players who have played the most number of international matches (Cap in Football is defined by the appearance in international matches of a plaWhich Player Has Most International Appearances- Ronaldo, Buffon or Ramos?yer) :
|Sergio Ramos (180)||Spain||First Cap: 26/03/2005||Last Cap: Present|
|Cristiano Ronaldo (180)||Portugal||First Cap: 20/08/2003||Last Cap: Present|
|Gianluigi Buffon (176)||Italy||First Cap: 29/10/1997||Last Cap: 23/03/18|
Ronaldo has now equaled a tally of 180 with Sergio Ramos. He was his former teammate at Real Madrid and both of them have now played 180 international matches. Jointly, both Ramos and Ronaldo are the fifth-highest most capped international players. They are the second-highest most capped international players after Bader-Al-Mutawa among active players.
Cristiano Ronaldo has also bagged the all-time highest goal scorer in Men’s Football by surpassing the previous record of 109 goals. Subsequently, he scored 111 goals in the 2022 World Cup qualifying match against the Republic of Ireland.
An instant sensation, Ronaldo came to be regarded as one of football’s best forwards. His finest season with United came in 2007–08, when he scored 42 League and Cup goals and earned the Golden Shoe award as Europe’s leading scorer, with 31 League goals.An instant sensation, Ronaldo came to be regarded as one of football’s best forwards. His finest season with United came in 2007–08, when he scored 42 League and Cup goals and earned the Golden Shoe award as Europe’s leading scorer, with 31 League goals.
Gianluigi Buffon has rejected a move to LaLiga giants Barcelona because he wants to be the No 1 keeper at his next club, according to reports. The Italian goalkeeper has had offers from several clubs across Europe after announcing his plans to leave Juventus this summer.
Claims to fame. His €27m transfer from Sevilla to Madrid in 2005, when aged 19, is still a record fee for a Spanish teenager. Ramos has scored in 17 consecutive Liga campaigns – a record for a defender. He netted 13 goals on all fronts for Madrid in 2019/20, a personal best for a single season.