Cristiano Ronaldo one of the world greatest and finest footballers the world have ever seen, is now the football all-time highest goal-scorer with his first and second goals equaling and breaking Josef Bican’s 805 Goal record on saturday.
Cristiano Ronaldo was able to achieve this breaking record of topping the list of the world highest goal-scorer on his match in Manchester-United with Tottenham, where he scored a hat-trick of 3-2, Incrising his Total Number Of Goals from 804 to 807.
Sporting News reached out to FIFA to confirm the list. No word from the world-governing body as of publication time, but other outlets including TalkSport and SI.com, shows the following top 10 “FIFA-recognized goals” totals:
Lionel Messi is the only other active player on this list, but he is currently 48 goals away from Ronaldo.
Depending on how long each of their careers run, Messi could potentially make up the difference given he’s 34 years old compared to Ronaldo’s 37 years of age.
PLACES WHERE CRISTIANO RONALDO MADE HIS GOALS
Ronaldo has scored more than half of his goals at Real Madrid with 450.
He’s now bagged 136 at Manchester United, as well as 115 with the Portugal national team, 101 with Juventus and five with Sporting CP.
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There may be more goals coming to add to that grand total given Ronaldo is showing he can still score with the best of them.
His 12 Premier League goals are good for second in England’s top division behind only Mohamed Salah (20 goals). Just last year he finished as top scorer at Euro 2021 and at the conclusion of the Italian Serie A season with Juventus (29 goals).We are social! follow us on: