Ronaldo scored 815 goals in 20 years

Portuguese star football player Cristiano Ronaldo, leaving 20 seasons behind in his club and national team career, scored 815 goals in 1121 matches against the opponent's nets.

Cristiano Ronaldo left the 2022-2023 season behind after Portugal played in the UEFA Nations League in June. Transferred to his former team Manchester United at the beginning of the season, Ronaldo played 39 games; He scored 24 goals, 18 of which were in the Premier League and 6 in the Champions League. Ronaldo scored 8 goals in 10 matches in total in the FIFA 2022 World Cup European Qualifications and UEFA Nations League, including 1 special in the last 10 months with the national jersey.

Top scorer in history

In the match played in the English Premier League on 12 March, Manchester United defeated Tottenham 3-2 in the field, while Ronaldo scored a hat-trick and brought his team the victory. After this match, the 37-year-old football player surpassed Josef Bican to become the top scorer in football history with 807 goals, according to the data of the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS).

After the end of the season in Europe, Ronaldo was one of the players who struggled for the success of their country. Cristiano Ronaldo, who played 3 matches against Portugal in the UEFA Nations League, scored 2 goals. The Portuguese thus reached 815 goals in total in the last 20 seasons.

Most goals scored by Real Madrid

Ronaldo, who started his professional football career in Sporting Lisbon, scored 5 goals in the green-white club, where he played 31 times, 450 goals in Real Madrid, where he played in 438 matches, 142 goals in Manchester United, in which he played 330 times, and 101 in 134 matches in Juventus. he scored. Cristiano Ronaldo, who played 188 times with the Portugal national team, scored 117 times.

Ronaldo is also the top scorer in the history of the UEFA Champions League with 140 goals.

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