17.01.2020 » Cristiano Ronaldo stats for club and country
We all know that Cristiano Ronaldo will go down in history books as one of, if not the greatest football player of all time. He's one of the deadliest attackers in the game, with over 700 career goals and many more assists. Still, many people are doubting his performances and accomplishments he had over the years, which is why we wanted to remind them of just how good Ronaldo was for every club he played for. It all started in Sporting CP in 2002, then in Manchester United from 2003 to 2009, followed by Real Madrid between 2009 and 2018, until he finally moved to Italy to play for Juventus. Before we take a look at his stats, let's see what the odds say about him and his current team – Juventus.
Cristiano Ronaldo - Never slow down!
After Ronaldo's hat-trick against Cagliari earlier this month, his odds of being the top goalscorer in Serie A have increased dramatically. Although Ciro Immobile is still leading the race with 4/11, Cristiano is right behind him with 9/2. Judging by his pace, he may top the list very soon. His odds of being the top goalscorer in the Champions League are 45/1.
As far as his team, Juventus, they are the biggest favourites to win the Italian league. The club's odds are 4/11. Inter is the only team that comes close to them with 3/1. La Vecchia Signora is also among the favourites in the Champions League – its odds are currently sitting at 11/1.
Bets are open for the next Ballon d'Or winner, Golden Boot winner, and domestic cup winners. Ronaldo is among the favourites in the individual awards, and Juventus is the biggest favourite for the Italian Cup.
Now, without any further ado, let's check out some of the mind-blowing stats that Ronaldo had to this point in his career.
We all know that Cristiano Ronaldo started his professional career at Sporting CP, in Portugal's most elite football league. He played a total of 30 games, scored 5 goals and assisted one more. His talent was seen by Sir Alex Ferguson after a friendly match against Manchester United, back in the summer of 2003. Every United player was impressed by Ronaldo's skills and speed, which is why the club made a swift move and managed to sign him.
After Ronaldo signed for Man United in 2003, fans were concerned that he might not have what it takes. Naturally, Cristiano Ronaldo proved everyone wrong and became one of the club's biggest legends in the 6 years he spent at the club. He played a total of 292 matches, scored 118 goals, and assisted another 69.
Ronaldo joined Real Madrid for a record-breaking transfer of £84.5 million. He was the most expensive player in history at that time. During his time in Real Madrid, he broke numerous records and became the club's top goalscorer, surpassing the likes of Raúl and Ferenc Puskas. He was a part of the team on 438 occasions and scored 451 goals. He assisted another 131.
After he joined Juventus, the Portuguese machine broke another transfer record – he became the most expensive player that was over 30 years old (£105.3 million). So far, Cristiano has had a fantastic period with the team. He already won the Serie A, was crowned as the Player of the Year in Italy, etc. Most recently, he welcomed 2020 with a hat-trick and is on track to become the top goalscorer this season. So far, Ronaldo has played 66 games for the Old Lady. He scored 44 and assisted for 13 goals.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the all-time leading goalscorer for Portugal, as well. He has scored 99 goals for his national team in the 164 games he played.
Cristiano Ronaldo next game for Juventus in the Serie A is on January 19, against Parma. You can watch Juventus vs Parma, Real Madrid vs Sevilla, Arsenal vs Sheffield Utd, Man City vs Crystal Palace, Parma vs AS Roma, and Augsburg vs Borussia Dortmund, all matches provided from our live football stream game pages.
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Juventus vs Parma kick-off time (19-01-2020):
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