- Cristiano Ronaldo clocks 36 on February 5, and here are some of his best goals
- The Portuguese superstar recently won his fourth title with Italian giants Juventus
- Ronaldo’s top ten goals have been ranked - with his bicycle-kick vs Juventus at No.1 spot
Cristiano Ronaldo is now football's all-time goal scorer as the Portuguese legend gets his 760th career goal in Juventus 2-0 win over Napoli to win his fourth silverware since joining the Italians in 2018.
Following the landmark, Ronaldo’s goals have been ranked - with his sensational bicycle-kick goal against Juventus in 2017 emerging the best of his goals.
That strike will remain in the hearts of football lovers forever, as everything about it was superb, from the athleticism to the movement, precision, placement and power.
He also scored an incredible goal in 2008 during his time at Premier League club Manchester United when he netted a sensational freekick with his swish of vivid orange Nike mercurial as the ball flew straight into the Portsmouth net.
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In fact, it remains one of the greatest freekick goals ever witnessed in English football which happened during a season when Ronaldo was quite simply untouchable, firing United to the title in thrilling fashion.
Below are the ranked top 10 goals by Ronaldo as he becomes top scoring footballer of all-time according to Sportsmail.
10. Sampdoria 1-2 Juventus: Serie A, December 2019
9. Liverpool 0-3 Real Madrid: Champions League group stage, October 2014
8. Atletico Madrid 1-4 Real Madrid: La Liga, April 2012
7. Marseille 1-3 Real Madrid: Champions League group stage, December 2009
6. Real Madrid 1-1 Manchester United: Champions League last 16, February 2013
5. Real Madrid 1-0 Barcelona: Copa Dey Rey final, April 2011
4. Portugal 3-3 Spain: World Cup 2018 group stage, June 2018
3. Porto 0-1 Manchester United: Champions League quarter-final, April 2009.
2. Manchester United 2-0 Portsmouth: Premier League, January 2008
1. Juventus 0-3 Real Madrid: Champions League quarter-final, April 2018
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that since Cristiano Ronaldo abruptly left Real Madrid in 2018. Both the player and the La Liga giants are yet to place their hands in the coveted Champions League title, but the player still feels connected.
Reports claim Ronaldo is still connected to his old club as Madrid owner Perez paid a visit to Juventus’ training ground this week.
It was gathered the relationship of the pair broke out in 2018 after the Portuguese dumped the club to join Juventus, but they were said to have mended their relationship in March 2020.
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