Cristiano Ronaldo is the top scorer in football history

Portuguese striker Cristiano Ronaldo continues to embody his name in capital letters in the history of football not only for obtaining collective titles, but also for breaking individual records. This Wednesday, January 20, Cr7 became the all-time top scorer of professional football by reaching the figure of 760.

Cristiano scored in minute 64 and Colombian David Ospina, the first of the two goals with which Juventus defeated Napoli to become champion of the Italian Super Cup.

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In this way, the Portuguese surpassed the record of 759 annotations that the Austrian Josef Bican had since a few days ago he had left behind the 757 of Pelé.

Throughout his career, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored five goals with Sporting de Lisboa, a team with which he debuted, achieved 118 with Manchester United, 450 with Real Madrid and with Juventus he has 85. Additionally, with the selection of Portugal has scored 102 times.

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The achievement of being the highest historical scorer in professional football (760) is added to that of being the highest scorer of a European team (102), historical scorer of Real Madrid (450) and the highest scored in the Champions League (134).



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