Ronaldo Career Goals
Soccer sensation Cristiano Ronaldo has a record of incredible achievements in his career, including an impressive total of 751 goals, the most ever by a professional player. Here is a look at his career goals.
Ronaldo began his professional soccer career with his hometown club Sporting Lisbon in 2002, hitting his first goal with the team on October 7 that year. In 2003–2004, he scored 15 goals in the Portuguese Primeira Liga and won the league’s player of the month award twice, becoming the team’s star player.
Manchester United and Real Madrid
In 2003, Ronaldo signed for Manchester United and quickly established himself as one of the world’s best strikers, scoring 84 goals in his first three seasons at the club. In 2009, he moved to Real Madrid, where he scored 450 goals during nine seasons to become their all-time record goalscorer.
Ronaldo has scored 99 international goals, making him Europe’s all-time leading international scorer. He scored his first international goal for Portugal in 2004 and has since been the top scorer in six major tournaments, including the Euro 2016, in which he won the Golden Boot for scoring three goals.
Combined Career Goals
In total, Ronaldo has scored 751 goals for both club and country during his career, an incredible record that is unlikely to ever be beaten. He has achieved this through his skill, hard work and dedication, becoming an inspiration to aspiring footballers everywhere.