- Cristiano Ronaldo remains the only player to have received the top scorer award in three different leagues in Europe
- The Portuguese forward has set several unprecedented records that will surely last the test of time
- Having played at Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus, Ronaldo has some records that even his rival Lionel Messi may never break
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are considered as the greatest players to have played football following their unprecedented achievements which have seen them scoop 11 Ballon d’Or titles.
Argentine legend Messi has won the prestigious award six times, while the Portuguese sensation Cristiano Ronaldo has five.
They have created multiple records on their path to greatness, paving the way for future generation of footballers and many of these records are unbelievable.
Surely some of these stats will stand the test of time, and while they continue to set and shatter stats, there are some records created by Ronaldo that Messi might never have the chance to break.
There is no denying the talents of the two footballers, but some of Ronaldo's records are astonishing to say the least.
Here are 5 Cristiano Ronaldo records Lionel Messi might never break via sportskeeda.
5. Top scorer in Champions League for six consecutive seasons
4. Cristiano Ronaldo has won the league in three different
3. Top scorer in three different leagues
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1. Winning the Ballon d'Or with two different clubs
Meanwhile, Juventus could sell Cristiano Ronaldo for the fear of breaching the Financial Fair Play rules this summer.
The 36-year-old is currently in his home country getting ready for Euro 2020 Championship as Portugal defend the title they won five years back.
Ronaldo already moved his exotic cars out of his Turin-based mansion with many claiming they are headed for Lisbon.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Argentina's hopes of beating Chile in their World Cup qualifier to give legendary Diego Maradona a 'very special match' ended in disappointment.
The 1986 World Cup winner passed on at the age of 60 after suffering heart complications in his country home in November 2020.
And the South American country decided to pay tribute to the two-time Serie A winner by unveiling a statue built in his honour outside of the Unique Stadium of Santiago del Estero.