Cristiano Ronaldo hit goal number 750 of his career on Wednesday night as Juventus beat Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League.
Federico Chiesa – 20 years after his dad’s final goal in the competition – scored the opener at the Allianz Stadium before Ronaldo’s milestone strike, with Alvaro Morata later adding a third for Juve.
Cristiano Ronaldo continues to break record after record
It was a simple finish for Ronaldo, who converted a low ball at the far post, but he will not care as he moves ever closer to the all-time scoring record.
Only three players are ahead of CR7 in the scoring charts, and there is a good chance Ronaldo will pass two of those before the end of this season should his fine form continue.
Pele is now just 17 goals ahead of Ronaldo on 767, while Romario sits second in the charts on 772 goals – 22 ahead of the Portugal legend.
Josef Bican is top of the all-time scoring charts with an unconfirmed total, but he is known to have scored at least over 805 goals.
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Ronaldo’s goal on Wednesday was his 75th for Juventus since joining the Italian giants from Real Madrid in 2018, having netted exactly 450 times for Los Blancos.
He struck 118 times for Manchester United before moving to the Bernabeu, with the remainder of his club total being rounded off by the five goals he scored for first club Sporting CP.
The 102 goals he has netted for Portugal – which ranks him second on the all-time international scorers list behind Iran’s Ali Daei – completes his 750 career goal tally.
And with ten goals already scored this season, in only eight matches, Ronaldo is showing no signs of slowing down – at all.

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