Luka Modrić, the new Euro’s oldest scorer instead of CR7

This record was expected from Cristiano Ronaldo, but it never came. If he had scored at least one goal at Euro 2024, he would have become the oldest goalscorer in the history of the competition. 
But this did not happen. Instead, this record was taken by Luka Modrić, whose goal against Italy topped the historical ranking (38 years 289 days).
In the remaining matches of the tournament, no one will be able to break Modrić's record.
The second and third oldest goals of Euro 2024 were scored by Robert Lewandowski and Marko Arnautović.

 PlayerCountryAge GameDate
1Luka Modrić Croatia38-289Italy (1:1)24/06/2024
2Ivica VastićAustria 38-257Poland (1:1)12/06/2008
3Goran PandevNorth Macedonia37-321Austria (1:3)13/06/2021
4Zoltán GeraHungary 37-061Portugal (3:3)22/06/2016
5Gareth McAuleyNorthern Ireland 36-194Ukraine (2:0)16/06/2016
6Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal36-138France (2:2)23/06/2021
7Robert LewandowskiPoland35-309France (1:1)25/06/2024
8Andriy ShevchenkoUkraine 35-256Sweden (2:1)11/06/2012
9Giorgios Karagounis Greece 35-102Russia (1:0)16/06/2012
10Jan Koller Czech Republic35-077Turkey (2:3)15/06/2008
11Marko Arnautović Austria 35-063Poland (3:1)21/06/2024
12Christian PanucciItaly35-062Romania (1:1)13/06/2008