Cristiano Ronaldo is arguably the best player the game has ever produced. Only Lionel Messi comes close to his superiority. He and the Argentine have set some unbreakable records down the years.
The Portuguese talisman made another record by scoring his 100th goal for Juventus in the last match against Sassuolo. Ronaldo became the first player to score 100 goals for 3 different clubs and country.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 118 goals in his time at Manchester United. He has made a total of 292 appearances for the English side in 6 seasons. In 2009 he moved to Spain and joined Real Madrid. In his 9 years at Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo has won 4 UEFA Champions League titles along with 2 LA Liga titles. In his 438 appearances for the Spanish side, he has scored 450 goals.
After 9 seasons at Real Madrid, he moved to Juventus in 2018. He maintained his goal-scoring record in Italy as well. In his 131 games for the club he has already scored 100 goals.
The Portuguese is also excellent for his national team as well. In his 173 matches for the country, he has scored 103 goals. He is currently the top scorer for International football among the active players. He needs to score 18 more international goals for his country to become the top scorer in history.
Juventus star Paulo Dybala also scored his 100th goal for the club in the same match with Cristiano Ronaldo. The Argentine took Instagram to celebrate this achievement. On Instagram, he posted, “100 goals with this beautiful jersey !!. Thanks to all my teammates who made it possible and to all of you (fans) for your support. Reaching it with Cristiano is even better, congratulations!”