6 records await Ronaldo on his 37th birthday
Today, Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his 37th birthday, and the Portuguese star’s name is associated with records after his success in breaking many of them, but other numbers are waiting to be written in the name of “Don”.
Ronaldo, winner of 5 Golden Balls, 5 Champions League titles, and at least one first division title in England, Spain and Italy, is not satisfied with what has been achieved, and always confirms that he is looking forward to achieving more despite his advanced age.
And reviewed a report by the newspaper “Mirror” (Mirror6 records that Ronaldo seeks to reach in the coming period.
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After scoring 84 goals in 196 Premier League games during his first spell with Manchester United, Ronaldo has scored 8 more since returning to the club at the beginning of this season, and scored 311 goals in 292 La Liga matches over a 9-year period with Real Madrid.
The Portuguese star now needs just 8 goals in the Premier League to become the first player to score 100 goals in England and Spain.
Remembering the time Cristiano Ronaldo scored this screamer against Atletico Madrid 🚀😲
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) February 5, 2022
Biggest Golden Boot Winner
The Manchester United striker won the Golden Boot for the first time in 2008, and has his sights set on becoming the oldest player to win the title, surpassing Leicester’s top scorer Jamie Vardy, who won the award when he was 33 in 2020.
However, Ronaldo’s task will not be easy in front of the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah’s sweep of the scorers’ race so far, by scoring 16 goals, compared to only 8 for Ronaldo.
The biggest player to score a hat-trick in the Premier League
The Portuguese star scored only one hat-trick in his first spell with United, but he could soon become the oldest player to score a hat-trick in the Premier League.
The record is currently held by former United striker Teddy Sheringham, who was 37 years and 146 days, when he scored a hat-trick against Sheffield United in 2003.
The greatest goalscorer in Champions League history 👑
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) February 5, 2022
Most Champions League Winners
Ronaldo won his first Champions League title with United 14 years ago, scoring a superb goal against Chelsea in the final, and helping Sir Alex Ferguson’s side win the two-eared cup.
After moving to Madrid, Ronaldo boosted his tally with 4 Champions League titles in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Ronaldo is one title away from Real Madrid legend Paco Gento, who won 6 European Cups.
Manchester’s best scorer in the Champions League
Ronaldo may be the top scorer in Champions League history, but he is not United’s top scorer in this competition.
Ruud van Nistelrooy is the top scorer with Manchester in the Champions League, with 35 goals in 43 matches.
After scoring 6 goals this season in the Champions League, Ronaldo is 15 goals behind Nistelrooy’s number.
Most players with national teams
After participating in 184 matches with the Portugal national team, Ronaldo needs another 36 to become the most represented player at the national team level.