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Breaking Down Cristiano Ronaldo's 732 Club Goals After He Netted Winner in Saudi Pro League Game
- Cristiano Ronaldo was the match-winner once again for Al-Nassr last Thursday
- The 38-year-old has been in scorching form since the 2023/2024 season began
- He currently leads the Saudi Pro League scoring charts with 10 goals in 7 games
Cristiano Ronaldo further solidified his status as arguably the greatest-ever goal-scorer in football with another match-winning score during a top flight game.
The Portuguese star, widely regarded as one of the sport's top talents, converted a penalty for Al-Nassr during their Saudi Pro League encounter against Al-Tai on September 29.
Ronaldo's 87th-minute goal secured three points for the Knights of Najd and propelled them into the top four of the Middle Eastern nation's top flight league.
His goal elevated his total club football goal tally to an astonishing 732 in leagues across Europe and now in the Middle East.
The 38-year-old's incredible tally spans across his tenures with Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United (two spells), Real Madrid, Juventus, and now Al-Nassr, per TransferMarkt.
It is worth noting that TransferMarkt's statistics do not include his six goals in the Arab Club Champions Cup, which is considered a pre-season competition.
Al-Nassr went on to win the tournament earlier this year, as Sports Brief also reported.
Breakdown of Ronaldo's 732 club goals
31 (including goals from the Arab Cup)
Ronaldo becomes national league top scorer
Ronaldo had already earned the esteemed title of the all-time leading goal scorer in national leagues, amassing a remarkable 517 goals thanks to his brace against Al Shabab on August 28.
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'Most beautiful' footballer picks Ronaldo as GOAT
Meanwhile, football beauty, Ana Maria Marković added her voice to the timeless debate over who holds the title of the greatest footballer of all time between Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
The Croatian-born star, renowned as the world's 'most beautiful footballer,' has expressed her viewpoint on which of these footballing legends she believes should claim the coveted title.
Ronaldo named in Pele's all-time GOAT list
Sports Brief also reported that in 2020, the late, great Pele had an interview with MadristaReal.com in which he revealed his top 12 footballers of all time.
During the conversation, the Brazilian legend was asked to name the player he believed to be the best and instead named 12 including Messi and Ronaldo.