Ronaldo broke the all-time record

place a bet

Cristiano Ronaldo reminded Manchester United fans of his amazing abilities. In Saturday’s game against Tottenham, Hotspur first opened the scoring with a fantastic long shot and then took his side ahead a second time.

Thus, he became the best scorer in the history of football.

  • Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 805th and 806th career goals
  • The 37-year-old thus broke the record of Josef Bican
  • For the Portuguese, this is the tenth and eleventh hit in the current Premier League season

806 naked Ronaldo

Ronaldo has returned to Old Trafford before this season to help Manchester United return to the top. This season it will definitely not be possible, and the Portuguese has not been hiding his disappointment with the attitude of his team recently. By the way, in you want to win more with huge bonuses, higher odds, and without risks – visit our betting online sites rankings page. A fresh review of the most reliable offers for Indian bettors will be helpful for you.

On Saturday afternoon, however, he ran in the main team to the league meeting with Tottenham Hotspur and in the 12th minute he made himself known to his rivals. After Fred played the ball, Ronaldo decided to hit from over 25 meters. The heavily hit football landed in the window of the goal guarded by Hugo Lloris.

Read also: Pogba: Ronaldo was never a problem.

In the 38th minute, the Portuguese entered the list of goalscorers for the second time and it was already his 806th goal in official matches in his career. Thus, he broke the record of Austrian Josef Bican, who so far was the most effective player in history according to FIFA statistics. Behind them are Lionel Messi, Pele and Romario.  To date, Ronaldo has worked for Sporting Lisbon (5), Manchester United (135), Real Madrid (450), Juventus (101) and the Portuguese national team (115). Want to know more about football news in India and don’t miss the important news? Subscribe to and receive the latest updates to your email.

place a bet
Related Articles
Back to top button