Cristiano Ronaldo’s All-Time Stats In The Premier League

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Here are Cristiano Ronaldo’s all-time stats in the Premier League

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the top candidates to win the Premier League Golden Boot this season. He has been the best player for Manchester Untied since his return to the Old Trafford.

He is arguably the greatest player in football history. This article will tell you about Cristiano Ronaldo’s all-time stats in the Premier League.

All-Time Stats

Attack

  • Goals – 102
  • Goals per match – 0.45
  • Headed goals – 11
  • Goals with right foot – 61
  • Goals with left foot – 11
  • Penalties scored – 14
  • Freekicks scored – 10
  • Shots – 645
  • Shots on target – 244
  • Shooting accuracy – 38%
  • Hit wood work – 16
  • Big chances missed – 13

Team Play

  • Assists – 37
  • Passes – 4,386
  • Passes per match – 19.49
  • Big Chances Created – 7
  • Crosses – 441

Discipline

  • Yellow cards – 34
  • Red cards – 4
  • Fouls – 70
  • Offsides – 77

Defence

  • Tackles – 76
  • Blocked shots – 186
  • Interceptions – 43
  • Clearances – 88
  • Headed Clearance – 31

Individual

  • Appearances – 37
  • Goals – 102
  • Assists – 225
  • Wins – 146
  • Loses – 36

37-year-old Ronaldo has been awarded ‘Manchester United Player Of The Month’ trophy four times since his return to the Old Trafford. He is unstoppable even at this age and has already scored three hattricks this season.

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Erik Ten Hag has made his decision over the Portuguese’s future as he wants him to stay at Manchester United. He has a good relationship with the striker even though they haven’t been in the same team before.

Golden Boot Candidates

  1. Mohamed Salah – 32 games 22 goals
  2. Son – 31 games 19 goals
  3. Cristiano Ronaldo – 29 games 18 goals
  4. Diogo Jota – 31 games 15 goals
  5. Sadio Mane – 31 games 14 goals
  6. Harry Kane – 33 games 13 goals
  7. Wilfried Zaha – 29 games 12 goals
  8. Ivan Toney – 30 games 12 goals
  9. Riyad Mahrez – 25 games 11 goals
  10. Kevin De Bruyne – 26 games 11 goals

In a recent press conference, Ralf Rangnick had some words for Ronaldo regarding his playing position. The German said, “Cristiano is not a central striker. He also does not want to play in that position.”

Rangnick added, “In order to not play central, you have to play with two strikers as we did in the last 15 minutes or in my first game against Crystal Palace or the second one against Norwich, and even in the second-half against Newcastle. But if you look at international football, there are not many top teams who play with two strikers.”