Former Brazil striker Ronaldo says it is inevitable his all-time World Cup goal-scoring record will be broken one day.
The 37-year-old, now retired from playing, scored 15 goals for his country across the three tournaments in which he featured.
35-year-old Miroslav Klose meanwhile has found the net on 14 occasions for Germany at finals, and this summer he will have the opportunity to draw level and surpass his rival’s tally.
“Klose is 35 years old, he could have already stopped playing!” Ronaldo joked.
“All joking aside, I am proud of my career and of the records I set. But I know that one day they will be broken.”