Planet Football has recorded ten records through the fantastic stats of Ronaldo, which he recorded since the beginning of last season until now, as follows:
The first international scorer in Europe,
after Ronaldo scored his global goals, number 100 and 101, with the Portuguese national team against his Swedish counterpart, he became the first European player to achieve many international goals.
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) September 8, 2020
Close to skipping Daei,
Ronaldo is only nine goals away to become the best international scorer in history, currently occupied by former Iranian star Ali Daei with 109 goals scored in 149 matches.
Equal to Henry and Van Persie combined,
Ronaldo’s international goals score is equal to the historic scorers for the French and Dutch teams, Thierry Henry, who scored 51 goals for the Duke, while his former Arsenal teammate Robin Van Persie scored 50 goals for the Netherlands.
He surpasses Eusebio and Pauletta together,
Ronaldo widened the difference between those who color him in the Portuguese team’s scorers’ ranking in a big way so that the number of his goals is 13 more than the total of second and third goals of Portugal combined.
🔥 Another one!
— UEFA Nations League (@EURO2020) September 10, 2020
Pauletta scored 47 goals in 88 matches for “Brazil of Europe,” while the late legend Eusebio scored 41 goals in 64 games.
His brilliance increases with his age,
Statistics confirm that age for Ronaldo is just a number. He scored 49 of his international goals in the last 47 games, which indicates that the arc is still open to achieving achievements and breaking other records.
🏔️ “You’re reaching new heights”
👹 “The milestone of a monster”
🐐 “The greatest of all time”
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) September 9, 2020
He surpassed 700 goals,
Ronaldo surpassed 700 goals in his football career about a year ago, to join the constellation of international stars who reached this considerable achievement, including Pele, Romario, Gerd Muller, Joseph Pecan, Puskas, and finally Lionel Messi.
More than a record for Juventus in one season,
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid star broke the record for his team, Juventus, who remained steadfast for 94 years, when he scored two goals against the French club Lyon in the European Champions League last month, reaching 37 goals with the team this season, to become the Most player to score in one season for Juventus.
— UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) September 10, 2020
Former record holder Ferenc Herzer scored 35 goals for Juventus during the 1925-26 season.
Bigger than scoring 30 goals in the major leagues,
Ronaldo also broke the record that stood still for 72 years when he became the oldest player at 35 years and 166 days to score more than 30 goals in one of the five major European leagues.
Former Arsenal striker Rooney was the record holder as the oldest player when he scored 33 league goals during the 1947-1948 season.
Faster than scoring 50 goals in Calcio,
Ronaldo became faster than scoring 50 goals in the Italian league, requiring only 61 games, with seven matches less than what was needed by former Ukrainian striker Andrei Shevchenko with a Milan jersey.
The first player to score 50 goals in 3 of the major leagues,
Ronaldo also became the first player to score 50 goals in 3 of the five major leagues in England, Spain, and Italy. He scored 84 goals in the English Premier League, 311 goals in the company, and 52 goals in the Italian League.