Ronaldinho’s Career Goals
Ronaldinho is a legendary Brazilian football player, who’s career spanned 1998-2015 and included two FIFA World Cups in 2002 and 2006. During his career, he scored a total of 208 goals. He holds the record of the most goals scored in a single season while at Barcelona during the 2004-2005 season, with 27 goals.
- Gremio: 45 goals
- PSG and Barcelona: 58 goals
- AC Milan and Flamengo: 57 goals
- Atletico Mineiro: 22 goals
- Queretaro: 5 goals
- Fluminense: 16 goals
- International: 33 goals
During his time at Gremio, Ronaldinho scored two goals during the 1998-1999 Copa Libertadores and two hat-tricks during the 1999-2000 Copa Libertadores. With PSG and Barcelona, Ronaldinho scored 41 goals during the 2003-2004 season, including two hat-tricks against Deportivo La Coruña and Chievo Verona. His most memorable goal was during the 2005 UEFA Champions League final, when Barcelona won 2-1 against Arsenal.
In 2010, Ronaldinho joined AC Milan and improved his goals tally with them, scoring 12 times over 18 months. He then joined Flamengo where he netted 12 more goals in 2012. During his time at Atletico Mineiro from 2013-2014, Ronaldinho netted three hat-tricks and helped them win the Copa Libertadores for the first time.
Ronaldinho’s international career was also impressive, scoring 33 goals in 97 games, including two hat-tricks against Ecuador and Venezuela. In 2010, he was the creative force behind Brazil’s 5-0 win over Argentina to secure the Superclásico de las Americas.
Ronaldinho’s career was one filled with amazing goals and successes. He stands as a great inspiration to young football players all around the world.