The 39-year-old icon scored twice in the 3-0 win over the Republic of Ireland, with his opener leaving fans in awe.

Cristiano Ronaldo is gearing up for what looks to be his final European Championship and the five-time Ballon d'Or winner wrapped up the preparations in style.

Portugal hosted the Republic of Ireland on Tuesday in their final friendly before Euro 2024, winning 3-0 thanks to Joao Felix's 18th-minute opener and Ronaldo's second-half brace.

Not only did the Al Nassr sensation score twice but he also bagged a screamer, with the 39-year-old breaking the Internet thanks to his opening goal.

This came in the 50th minute, with the 39-year-old bringing the ball under control on the right-hand side, beating his marker, and blasting it into the top corner of the net, leaving fans in awe and the opposition keeper helpless. Check it out in the video below.

Ronaldo added another 10 minutes later to take his goalscoring tally in international football to a whopping 130 goals, 21 more than Ali Daei (109), the previous top goal scorer in international football.

Speaking after the game, the Portugal captain opened up about the possibility of winning Euro 2024, revealing that he dreams of winning another European Championship as the clock ticks on his legendary career.

A Seleção kick off their Euro 2024 campaign in a week, with Roberto Martinez's side facing the Czech Republic in their opening game. Georgia and Turkey are their two other opponents in Group F.