Portugal’s star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has registered a big achievement, leaving behind Brazilian legend Pele. Ronaldo reached number two in the all-time goal-scoring chart. Ronaldo scored two goals for Juventus club against Juventus vs Udinese in the Serie A match played on Sunday.
The 35-year-old Ronaldo scored his first goal in the first half to reach 757, while the second goal after the interval surpassed former Brazilian striker Pelé’s 757 goals (680 Club, 77 National Team). Ronaldo now has 758 goals.
Ronaldo has scored 656 goals for the club so far while 102 goals have been scored for the national team. The match was won 4–1 by Juventus. Milan is on top in the Serie A Italian League. Juventus have 10 points.
Cristiano Ronaldo overtakes Pele's official goal tally 😎
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— Goal (@goal) January 3, 2021
Ronaldo was the center of attraction in the match. In the case of scoring the most goals, Josef Bican of the Czech Republic is at number one. Ronaldo is now just one goal behind Bicann. Ronaldo will overtake Bikan in the coming week.
Ronaldo has now become the goalscorer in the 20th consecutive calendar year. Ronaldo has also been successful in scoring at least 20 goals for club and country in the last 15 seasons.