Cristiano Ronaldo entered football history a little more this Wednesday, scoring the 760th goal of his career in the Italian Supercup final won by Juventus Turin against Naples (2-0) and becoming the top scorer of all time.
As he turns 36 in a few weeks, the Portugal international continues to stack goals. Tirelessly. Without ever being satisfied. As against the Neapolitans against whom he has already scored his 20th goal of the season in all competitions with the Old Lady.
On a poorly cleared corner, “CR7” opened the scoring of a recovery of a recovery of the left foot in the six meters of David Ospina. This achievement therefore allows him, according to some accounts, to overtake Josef Bican, to become the only top scorer in football history. Even if according to other figures (especially those of Fifa), Bican has 805 goals. These 46 gap goals would have been scored in 2e division or among young people.
CRISTIANO RONALDO BECOMES THE GREATEST GOALSCORER IN FOOTBALL HISTORY pic.twitter.com/GOyUFTWA3n
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As for Pelé, who indicates having scored more than 1,000 goals, complicated to establish a real classification. In any case, one thing is certain, these are the right figures for Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored 450 goals for Real Madrid, 118 goals with Manchester United, 102 goals in selection, 85 goals with Juventus and 5 goals with Sporting Portugal. And at the rate where the five-fold Golden Ball finds its way into the net, its counter should continue to rise.
The breakdown of Cristiano Ronaldo’s 760 goals:
with Real Madrid
with Manchester United
with Sporting CP pic.twitter.com/X2FsgoFDVX
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