The career journey of Cristiano Ronaldo


Here are some major goal scoring records set by Cristiano Ronaldo since his debut as professional footballer

On February 5, Cristiano Ronaldo turned 36 and is still ruling the world.

Many legends had left their football career in their 30s but Cristiano showed that he still have potential to win matches.

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He has set many unbelievable records in his career and here we show some of his major main records out of them:

  • August 6, 2003 – Ronaldo signed for Manchester United
  • August 16, 2003 – Ronaldo makes his debut for Man Utd
  • May 21, 2008 – Ronaldo won his first UCL trophy
  • December 2, 2008 – Ronaldo won his first Ballon d’Or
  • July 6, 2009 – Ronaldo signed for Real Madrid
  • 19 November, 2013 – Ronaldo scored a hattrick to send Portugal through to World Cup
  • 29 April, 2014 – Ronaldo became the only player to score 15 goals in a single UCL season
  • 12 September, 2015 – Ronaldo overtakes Raul to become Real Madrid’s all-time La Liga record scorer
  • 17 October, 2015 – Ronaldo overtakes Raul to become Real Madrid’s all-time leading top scorer
  • 10 July, 2016 – Ronaldo led Portugal to their first ever major trophy
  • June 3, 2017 – Ronaldo became the first player to win back to back UCL titles while also being the ‘Player of the Tournament’
  • April 3, 2018 – Ronaldo scored one of the greatest bicycles in football history and got an standing ovation from opponent team Juventus
  • May 26, 2018 – Ronaldo won third consecutive UCL title with Real Madrid and his 5th UCL title too
  • June 15, 2018 – Ronaldo scored one of the most historic hattricks in World Cup
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While speaking about his future, Ronaldo said on his Instagram post…

“36 years old, unbelievable! It feels like it all started yesterday, but this journey is already full of adventures and stories to remember by. My first ball, my first team, my first goal… Time flies!

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From Madeira to Lisbon, from Lisbon to Manchester, from Manchester to Madrid, from Madrid to Turim, but above all, from the bottom of my heart to the world… I’ve given everything I could, I never held back and I’ve allways tried to deliver the best possible version of me. In return, you gave me your love and admiration, your presence and your unconditional support. And for that, I’ll never be able to thank you enough. I couldn’t have done without you.

As I celebrate my 36th birthday and my 20th year as a professional footballer, I’m sorry that I can’t promise you 20 more years of this. But what I can promise you, is that as long as I keep going, you’ll never receive less than 100% from me!

Thank you once again for all your support and for your kind messages and initiatives during this day. It means a lot to me and you all have a special place in my heart.”

This was really heartwarming and made fans cry all over the world.