Cristiano Ronaldo has ended his first season at Juventus with his lowest goal-scoring tally in ten years. A total of 28 goals in 43 matches would be regarded as a terrific season for almost any other player in the world but the number represents the Portuguese star's tamest campaign since his Manchester United days. He scored 555 goals from 2010-2019. However, the numbers have been declining for the Juventus star since registering 69 goals in 2013 with Real Madrid. Since leaving Real Madrid, Ronaldo's numbers took a huge dip as he managed just 49 goals in 2018. Only Lionel Messi bettered his tally last year by scoring 51 times.
With the 2019-20 campaign under way, Goal keeps you up to date on all of Ronaldo's stats for Juve this season, including goals, assists and more. Cristiano Ronaldo 2019-20 Juventus stats. Ronaldo scored his first Serie A goal of the 19-20 season in a 4-3 thriller against Napoli, netting the third goal to make it 3-0. Cristiano Ronaldo’s 2 goals lead Real Madrid in Champions League opener staff and news services Updated 9:42 pm PDT, Wednesday, September 13, 2017 2014/15 – 48 goals in 35 games (Real Madrid) The best goalscoring season of a phenomenal career, Ronaldo would hit 48 La Liga goals during 2014/15, averaging 1.371 goals-per-game throughout the league campaign and falling just two short of Messi’s aforementioned record.
Cristiano Ronaldo:Rocket Ronnie just keeps on rolling and his goals are firing Real Madrid to the Spanish title. Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 400th and 401st goal for Real Madrid as they took another huge step towards the Spanish title with a 4-1 win over Sevilla. Ronaldo’s three goals took his tally for the season to 42, keeping him ahead of Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, who could manage only two in the Catalans’ 8-0 win at Córdoba, and putting him two behind Ronaldo on 40 league goals for the season. 30 Espanyol 1-4 Real Madrid, La Liga, 16 May 2015
Pele congratulates Cristiano Ronaldo on surpassing his international goal tally after Portuguese nets hat-trick to break into top five scorers of all time. Cristiano Ronaldo bagged a hat-trick as Portugal downed Faroe Islands 5-1; He has moved into the top five international goalscorers of all time with 78 Cristiano Ronaldo's goals during the 2018 World Cup. Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo has joined Juventus, becoming one of the four most expensive players of all time. A deal worth 112m euros (£99.2m) has been reached between the two clubs that has seen the Portuguese sign a four-year deal with the Italian champions.
Cristiano Ronaldo: The numbers behind 101 Champions League goals for Real Madrid Cristiano Ronaldo took his Champions League goal tally for Real Madrid to 101 on Wednesday with his brace against Paris Saint-Germain in the first leg of their Round of 16 clash Although Ronaldo is more than just a world-class athlete, stripping away that extra 1% of physical ability is enough to chip off a few goals with each year. Sure, there are still flashes of athletic brilliance such as his header at Sampdoria, but he doesn't have it within him to buzz around the pitch at 100mph like he did at Real Madrid anymore.
For the first time ever there was a joint-winner of the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year award with Barcelona superstar footballer Lionel Messi sharing the gong with six-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton. In a video message Messi said: “I am honoured to be the first to win this Fred celebrated his goal with Ronaldo's famous 'finger wag' celebration along with his Brazilian teammates. Ronaldo was introduced after 30 minutes, partnering new star striker Neymar in attack, and had three shots on target which were saved by the Romanian goalkeeper. After the first half ended, Ronaldo made a farewell speech to the crowd.
Ronaldo scored 23 the following season and almost doubled that with 42 in 2007-08, a tally which fired him to the Ballon d’Or prize. Ronaldo then publicly announced his desire to move to Real Madrid but Sir Alex Ferguson convinced his star player to stay for one more year before selling him to Los Blancos for a then-world-world £80m in 2009. MILAN (AP) -- When the first goal finally came, it couldn't have been any easier for Cristiano Ronaldo. It took the former Real Madrid forward nearly 320 minutes to score his first league goal for Juventus and he did it with the simplest of tap-ins. Ronaldo doubled his tally shortly after as the Bianconeri beat Sassuolo 2-1 in Serie A on Sunday.
Real Madrid 5-0 Sevilla: Cristiano Ronaldo doubles his La Liga goals tally for the season as Los Blancos record their biggest La Liga victory since January. Cristiano Ronaldo doubled his La Liga goal tally for the season as Real Madrid thrashed Sevilla on Saturday To go at least one better than Pele and score 768 career goals, Ronaldo needs to average 27.25 goals for club and country each season for the next four years when his first Juve contract is up. Last season, he scored 44 goals in 44 games for Real Madrid alone, adding another 10 for Portugal. Ronaldo has been in stunning form for Juventus this season, scoring 22 goals across all competitions and contributing two assists along the way. The Portugal international’s goal tally is considerably more than Paulo Dybala, who has struck nine times, and Gonzalo Higuain (7).
Karim Benzema is ahead of Barca’s superstar by one goal with nine to his name. However, after Messi missed out a month with injury, the Argentinian picked up the pace quickly. The latest hattrick also meant it was Messi’s 34th in La Liga, and he now has just as many as Cristiano Ronaldo did in Spain. Cristiano Jr. joined up with the Juventus youth side shortly after his father's big money move to Turin from Real Madrid last year and the nine-year-old has already begun to show that he is his father's son with a remarkable record in front of goal for the young team.
By late November, Ronaldo had scored 32 goals from 22 matches for both club and country, including hat-tricks against Galatasaray, Sevilla, Real Sociedad, Northern Ireland, and Sweden. He ended 2013 with 69 goals in 59 appearances, his highest year-end goal tally. In fact, Ronaldo actually has a slightly better goalscoring ratio than Messi since arriving at Real Madrid in 2009, with an astonishing 406 goals in just 394 appearances in all competitions for Real Madrid as of the end of the 2016/17 season (a ratio of 1.03 goals per game compared to Messi's 1.01 over the same period). When Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid for Juventus in the summer of 2018, we could all agree that Los Blancos were easily losing the best goal scorer on the planet and it was an uphill task to find his replacement – in all aspects.
Ronaldo shoots from the spot in the match between Juventus and Fiorentina. Jonathan Moscrop/CSM via ZUMA Wi Ronaldo's 50th goals for Real Madrid and Man Utd. The ex-Real Madrid star has so far netted 22 goals this term and looks set to break the 28-goal tally recorded in his inaugural season in Turin. More goals than Brazilian Ronaldo. So, what was so special about it? It was the significance of Bale reaching 105 goals for Real that far outweighed the seemingly nondescript nature of the finish and opponents. That's because it now means Bale has scored more goals for Real than the legendary Ronaldo Nazario. Ronaldo's first came when he latched on to Karim Benzema's through ball and beat Casilla with a left-foot finish. Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti chose to drop Iker Casillas in favour of Navas but the back-up goalkeeper was at fault as Espanyol equalised.
Cristiano Ronaldo shots an average of 0.77 goals per game in club competitions. Last season his average was 0.61 goals per game, he scored 27 goals in 44 club matches. In the current season for Juventus Cristiano Ronaldo gave a total of 148 shots, of which 61 were shots on goal. Passes completed Cristiano Ronaldo is 85 percent. Real Madrid news: Cristiano Ronaldo becomes fastest ever to reach HUGE La Liga milestone CRISTIANO RONALDO became just the second player ever to score 300 La Liga goals with his first of two strikes in Real Madrid’s 3-1 win over Getafe tonight.
Cristiano Ronaldo tallied two of Real Madrid's five first-half goals in a resounding win over Sevilla at the Bernabeu. Cristiano Ronaldo tallied two of Real Madrid's five first-half goals in a resounding win over Sevilla at the Bernabeu. In just over 30 minutes, he equalled his goal tally from the previous 10 LaLiga matches. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo's goal by goal record UEFA Champions League (group stage to final) Messi (all goals scored for Barcelona) Ronaldo (goals 1-15 for Man Utd; 16-120 for Real Madrid; 121 onwards for Juventus)
Watch all the goals scored by Cristiano Ronaldo for Real Madrid Subscribe for more great content. Watch all the goals scored by Cristiano Ronaldo for Real Madrid Subscribe for more great content. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Loading... Close. This video is unavailable. Cristiano Ronaldo truly is a goal machine. With a Champions League brace on Wednesday night he surpassed 500 career goals for club and country, also joining Raul as Real Madrid’s highest ever scorer. Why is Cristiano Ronaldo not playing for Real Madrid vs Barcelona? Quite simply, he no longer plays for Los Blancos. He left for Juventus this summer after a nine-year stay in Madrid that featured 450 goals and 15 trophies, including four Champions League crowns.
It’s just another sign of how far Benzema has come in the last few years, with Zinedine Zidane clearly more dependent on him. The Real Madrid coach has, in fact, played the striker for 2,092 minutes since his return in March. While only Lewandowski (63 goals), Messi (60) and Kylian Mbappe (47) have beaten Benzema’s tally for the last two. There’s been a bit of confusion this week over exactly how many goals Cristiano Ronaldo has scored for Real Madrid, as the club itself came out and reported that Ronaldo was now their outright top goalscorer ever with 324 goals. At the same time, almost everyone else (this website included) was reporting that his brace in the Champions […]
Messi (left) and Ronaldo. Messi scored 11 goals in 15 Supercoppa Espana games during the decade compared to Ronaldo's corresponding tally of 4 goals in 7 Supercoppa Espana games. In 2 Supercoppa Italiana games for Juventus Ronaldo has 1 goal, for a total haul of 5 goals in 9 Super Cup games. The goals took his tally to 11 for the campaign across all competitions. Portugal star Ronaldo began his double-figure scoring streak in 2005-06 when he netted 12 across all fronts for Manchester United, following that up with hauls of 23, 42 and 26 before heading to Real Madrid in 2009.
Serie A. Cristiano Ronaldo wonder-goal: 'Did I seriously jump 2.56 metres?' Cristiano Ronaldo added another exceptional goal to his tally against Sampdoria and was surprised when told how high he had risen above the defence. Ronaldo equals Messi hat-trick stat, extends all-time goal tally and doubles header record. The forward has also scored more goals in the Champions League than Atletico Madrid's entire 118 total. Ronaldo has netted twice or more on 35 different occasions in the competition. 2.
Cristiano Ronaldo has become Real Madrid top scorer in a record time! Relive his best moments and the whole ranking of Real Madrid leading scorers. After celebrating his 35th birthday midweek, Ronaldo opened the scoring in the 65th minute as he did well to create space in the box and fire a low shot into the bottom left corner. That goal meant the former Real Madrid man has now scored in 10 consecutive Serie A games and has taken his league tally for the season up to 20. Unless Ronaldo’s goal tally is truly unprecedented, nothing he does in his new domestic league will move the proverbial needle in terms of Ronaldo’s place in the sport’s history. Cristiano Ronaldo has signed for Juventus from Real Madrid.
His hat-trick against Atlético saw Cristiano Ronaldo bring his Real Madrid goals tally to 400. The Portuguese forward has reached this milestone in 389 appearances and further cements his status as the club's all-time leading goalscorer. Ronaldo took his 2020 tally to seven goals in four games, and Sarri lauded his 'extraordinary' talisman while again repeating a desire to help the Portuguese secure individual honours. 'Ronaldo is in extraordinary physical and mental condition,' the head coach said. 'He is continuing at an impressive pace and has extraordinary skills.
He has scored 658 goals in his professional career for both club and country and is the leading goalscorer for both Real Madrid (450 goals) and Portugal (85). No European male footballer has scored more international goals than Ronaldo (85), who is one clear of Hungary legend Ferenc Puskas (84). The striker is the only Madrid player to have taken responsibility for finding the net after Cristiano Ronaldo's departure last summer. His 26 goals - 17 in LaLiga Santander, four in the Champions League, four in the Copa del Rey and one in the European Super Cup - have proven to be vital during the club's most difficult moments.