5 Records that Ronaldo tried to solve before retirement
Since joining Real Madrid in 2009, Cristiano Ronaldo has unrelentingly set a new record. The Portuguese star has already listed himself as the top scorer in the history of the Spanish club Dadu Online.
Not only with Real Madrid, Ronaldo also carved an individual record with the Portugal national team. The number makes him the top scorer of all time the 2016 European Cup champion.
In addition, Ronaldo also entered the ranks of players who won the Champions League trophy with two different clubs. He has won four prestigious trophies so far, three with Real Madrid and one with United.
However, there are still a number of individual records that can not be exceeded 32-year player. In fact, some of them seem difficult to solve the former Benfica.
Here are five records that Ronaldo tried to solve before retiring as quoted from Sportskeeda.
5. Most Goal Scorers at the International Level
Cristiano Ronaldo became the all-time leading scorer for the Portuguese national team. He already has 78 goals after scoring a hat trick against the Faroe Islands in a 208 World Cup qualifier on 1 September.
Ronaldo goal scoring with Portugal melampai goal record Sandor Kocsis with Hungarian national team. He scored 75 goals.
Ronaldo now lives seven goals adrift with the all-time international top scorer, Ferenc Puskas. Real madrid’s legend scored 84 goals while playing for the Hungarian and Spanish national team in 89 appearances.
If you see the age of 32 years, Ronaldo chance to break the record Puskas.
4. Record Goals In A Year
Lionel Messi still holds as the top scorer in a year. Messi total scored 91 goals for Barcelona and the Argentina national team in 2012.
Meanwhile, Ronaldo scored 61 goals for Real Madrid and Portugal in the same year. Most goals CR7 (Ronaldo designation) in a year only touch 69 dol in 59 appearances in 2013.
In the list of top scorers in a year of all time, Ronaldo is in fifth position. He must beat Pele, Chitalau, Gerd Mueller, and Lionel Messi to be on top.
To break the record, certainly not easy. Ronaldo needs extra hard work.
3. Fast Goals for Real Madrid
Ronaldo can beat the opponent defender in an instant, even with the ball at his feet. It also has a great pace in the field.
Ronaldo was able to run as far as 96 miles in just 10 seconds. Ronaldo’s notes are not much different from Uian Bolt’s 100 meters world record 100 meters in 9.58 seconds. However, keep in mind, Ronaldo continued to run for 77 minutes.
The fastest goal Ronaldo with Real Madrid created in the game against Xerez in the 2009/10 season. He broke into Xerez’s goal when the game was 45 seconds old.
However, Ronaldo’s quick goal has not been able to break the record of goals owned by Real Madrid legend, Ivan Zamorano. The former Chile international striker scored in the 12th minute against Sevilla in September 1994.
Another quick goal made Ronaldo Luís Nazario de Lima at 14 seconds. Can Ronaldo surpass the fastest goal?
2. Most Appearances with Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo has been Real Madrid’s all-time leading scorer by breaking Raul Gonzalez’s record with 323 goals. He has scored more than 400 goals for Los Blancos and the number will continue to grow in the coming years.
However, Ronaldo does not seem to be able to break Raul’s record in the number of appearances with Real Madrid. The Madrid legend has recorded 723 appearances for the Spanish giants.
In fact, Ronaldo has not been included in the list of 10 players with the most performance for Real Madrid. With almost 500 appearances, it took him six or seven more years to become the player with the most performance with the Spanish capital club.
Seeing his fitness, Ronaldo can still play until the age of 40 years. However, he did not move to another club if he wanted to break the record.
1. Most Goal Scorers of All Time For Two Different Clubs
Ronaldo was hit by rumors of leaving Real Madrid and returning to his former club, Manchester United (MU). If returning to Old Trafford, Ronaldo has the chance to become the first player to be listed as the top scorer for two different clubs.
As is known, Ronaldo has menasbihkan himself as the all-time leading scorer at Real Madrid. While at Manchester United, Ronaldo just incised 118 goals during the six seasons to play for the English club.
Currently, Manchester United’s all-time leading scorer status is played by Wayne Rooney with 253 goals. If Ronaldo decides to return to United, he will need at least four seasons to break Rooney’s record.
Surely, if the record materialized, Ronaldo will outperform his tough competitor, Lionel Messi, as the player recorded as the top scorer in two different clubs.