After scoring Juventus’ third objective in the match towards Sassuolo on Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo turned the joint high scorer for official goals in football history.
Juventus ahead Cristiando Ronaldo in the match vs Sassuolo on Sunday (AP Picture)
- Cristiano Ronaldo has equalled Josef Bican’s record for most number of official goals in football history
- The Juventus ahead has now scored 759 goals in his skilled profession
- Ronaldo scored the third objective in Juventus’ 3-1 win over Sassuolo
Cristiano Ronaldo scored the third objective in Juventus’ 3-1 win over Sassuolo on Sunday and with that he turned the joint-highest scorer for membership and nation in the history of the sport. With 759 profession goals, Ronaldo equalled Josef Bican, the Austrian-Czech striker who performed between 1931 and 1955. Within the first week of the 12 months, the Portuguese icon edged previous former Brazilian nice Pele’s record of 757 official goals. Ronaldo’s long-time rival Lionel Messi is on the fifth spot.
The 34-year-old is now on the brink of arguably his proudest achievement up to now. He wants only one extra objective to turn out to be the best scoring participant ever.
Right here is how followers have reacted to the most recent milestone achieved by Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo with 759 goals has now equalled Bican’s record for the most goals ever scored by a participant in football history. pic.twitter.com/yXPrWcOhOy
— Zoba (@Czooba) January 10, 2021
Most OFFICIAL goals in football history:
1. Josef Bican – 759.
2. Cristiano Ronaldo – 759
3. Pelé – 757.
Cristiano Ronaldo has EQUALLED Bican’s official objective tally and turns into the footballer with the JOINT-MOST official goals in history. pic.twitter.com/1XrYt6sFzJ
— The CR7 Timeline. (@TimelineCR7) January 10, 2021
Cristiano Ronaldo wants only one extra objective to attain for him to formally turn out to be the Highest scoring footballer of all time. Whoever stans the actual GOAT stans Greatness!!!
— Duke of Ibadan (@AsiwajuLerry) January 10, 2021
Cristiano Ronaldo is now Formally the Biggest Goalscorer in Football History pic.twitter.com/MtzR6efydh
— The whole lot Cristiano (@EverythingCR7_) January 10, 2021
Speaking about Sunday’s match, Juventus breezed previous visiting Sassuolo after late goals from Aaron Ramsey and Cristiano Ronaldo.
A cross from Gianluca Frabotta floated by a number of defenders earlier than Ramsey redirected it in from shut vary in the 82nd minute. To make sure the win additional, Ronaldo scored in the injury-time after working onto an extended ball from Danilo, sprinting previous the protection and driving in a exact strike.
Danilo had given Juventus the lead by launching an extended shot with one contact into the far nook shortly after the break. Gregoire Defrel equalized for Sassuolo seven minutes later by darting between two defenders and taking pictures previous Leonardo Bonucci.