Cristiano Ronaldo at 35: 623 club goals, 99 international goals, 16 trophies

Cristiano Ronaldo at 35: 623 club goals, 99 international goals, 16 trophies

- Cristiano Ronaldo clocked 35 and the Portuguese star does not look like quitting the game yet

- The Juventus striker has won trophies and scored many goals in England, Spain and Italy at club level

- Ronaldo has won five Champions League title including four Club World Cups with United and Real

Cristiano Ronaldo has been regarded as the greatest footballer of all time by many due to his achievements over the last 18 years.

The Portugal international has played in the three of the biggest leagues in Europe and left a footprint in each of them by winning 19 major trophies.

Ronaldo has won the prestigious Champions League title five times as well as three Premier League trophies and two La Liga titles and a Serie A crown.

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner has six domestic cups in his name and added four Club World Cup titles in his medal cabinet.

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He won the Euro 2016 Championships with his country and the maiden edition of the UEFA nations League in 2019.

The 35-year-old has continued his remarkable scoring form with 623 club goals for Sporting Lisbon, Man United, Real Madrid and Juventus.

On international level, CR7 is on 99 goals for the Selecao, and one short of reaching the 100-goal mark.

Only Iran's Ali Daei has scored more than 100 goals for his country, scoring 111 times but with Ronaldo still active in the game, he is not far from beating that record.

Ronaldo is also the only player to have won the most valuable player awards in the English, Spanish and Italian leagues respectively.

The father of six recently notched up his 50th goal for Juventus in their 3-0 league win over Fiorentina at the Allianz Stadium.

He has 19 Serie A goals this season and six Champions League for Juventus as they prepare for their round of 16 match against Lyon.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Lionel Messi provided two assists for youngster Ansu Fati as Barcelona defeated Levante by 2-1 in their weekend's game.

And fans are excited with the pair combining well to get two of the goals with some supporters claiming Messi is echoing Ronaldinho's celebration with the 17-year-old.

Fati became the youngest player to score a brace in La Liga and it looks like Messi will be handing over the mantle to the young Spanish star.

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Source: Legit.ng News

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