Ronaldo Is 14 Goals Away from Being World’s Top Scorer


Ronaldo Is 14 Goals Away from Being World’s Top Scorer

Cristiano Ronaldo scored the 750th goal of his career in his match against Dynamo Kiev, which Juventus played yesterday. The 35-year-old superstar has only 10 goals left to become the top scorer in history.

Ronaldo, who is in the third place in the list of top scorers in history, has only 10 goals left to conquer the summit.

The 35-year-old now sees himself ahead of some of the footballing greats with players such as Eusebio and Ferenc Puskas not being able to crack the top five which is as follows:

T9. Arthur Friedenreich – 554 goals

T9. Ferenc Deak – 554 goals

7. Josef Bican – 636 goals

6. Ferenc Puskas – 706 goals

5. Lionel Messi – 716 goals

4. Gerd Muller – 720 goals

T2. Cristiano Ronaldo – 734 goals

Ronaldo, who is the closest to breaking the record in the second place list, is in the first place with 132 goals in the Champions League.

Portuguese with 118 goals in the Champions League Lionel Messi is following. Ronaldo, who continues his active football life, will have a hard-to-reach record if he finds 10 more goals.