Serie A’s most deadly marksman became the first player to score 50 goals or more in the La La Liga, Serie A and English Premier League after he scored a brace against Lazio on Monday night. He has become a constant menace to opposition defenses throughout his ongoing nomadic career.
His goal scoring sojourn began in Manchester United where he accrued a total of 118 goals in 292 appearances for a period of six years. The fine goal scoring form continued at Real Madrid where he scored an amazing 450 goals in 438 games.
During his stay at both Manchester United and Real Madrid, he won different individual awards and copious trophies including the FIFA Ballon d’ or, European Golden shoe, PFA player of the year, English Premier League, UEFA Champions League, La Liga, FIFA Club World Cup and Copa Del Rey to mention a few.
Now in the colors of the Juventus jersey, more records have been smashed by the Portuguese attacker, a continuous trend by him which isn’t looking like stopping anytime soon. After a slow start to the resumption of football, he has bounced back stronger.
Scoring goals for fun has been part of his game for the past decade. Lazio’s Ciro Immobile has made a good statement of his intention to run the race of the golden boot with Ronaldo in the Serie A this season. Both goal poachers have scored 30 goals each this season.