During the course of his nine seasons as a Real Madrid player, Ronaldo secured a number of impressive records: the club’s all-time leading goalscorer, the leading marksmen in European Cup history (he scored 105 goals for Real Madrid in the Champions League); the all-time leading madridista goalscorer in LaLiga (312);
How many matches did Ronaldo play for Real Madrid?
Ronaldo scored 450 goals in 438 matches for Real Madrid – that’s a quite incredible goals per game average of 1.03! He is, by a margin, Madrid’s top scorer of all time.
Who is better Messi or Ronaldo?
The individual battle between Ronaldo and Messi has been the defining feature of modern football for the past decade and more. Ronaldo does boast more of FIFA’s new ‘The Best’ awards and has been crowned UEFA Player of the Year on more occasions, but Messi has won more league Player of the Year accolades.
Who is the oldest player in Real Madrid?
The oldest player in the Real Madrid team is Luka Modric who is 36 years old. The second oldest is striker Karim Benzema, who is 33. Marcelo is the third oldest player who is 33, while club striker Karim Benzema is the second 32-year-old player in the squad, but he is the youngest of all three.
Who is the king of Football now?
Lionel Messi is called as the Football king in 2021.
Who is the richest footballer in the world?
Well, when it comes to money it’s Ronaldo who has pipped Messi to the prize of the world’s richest footballer this time. According to financial business magazine, Forbes, Ronaldo is set to earn over $125 million (£91m) by the end of the 2021-2022 season. Don’t be too sad for Messi though.
Who is the god of Football?
He was none other than Diego Maradona, one of the world’s greatest football players, also called ‘The God of Football’. He saw heaven and hell on Earth and died Wednesday at the age of 60. Maradona was a player who, apart from scoring goals, also made mistakes.
Is Juventus not in FIFA 21?
According to EA Sports, Brazilian clubs launch with generic player names and are not included in Ultimate Team. Juventus is no more in FIFA! The most high-profile ‘absence’ from FIFA 21 in terms of official nomenclature and team badges is undoubtedly Juventus – known as ‘Piemonte Calcio’ in the EA Sports game.