A fierce competition between Cristiano Ronaldo and the Argentinian Lionel Messi for more than a decade at the top of the list of football achievements.
These two giants are at the forefront of most statistics related to football goals across the ages, including the Champions League’s top ten leagues.
France Football magazine put forward the list of the champion’s biggest scorer, Ronaldo, 35, with 129 goals, scored with Manchester United, Real Madrid, and his current team Juventus.
Messi is the finalist with 114 goals, scored with the only team that wore his shirt in the championship, Barcelona, champion of Spain.
To a large extent, real Madrid teams, the former Spanish team, Raul Gonzalez, is third with 71 goals, followed by Real Madrid’s top scorer, Karim Benzema, and Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, with 64 goals each.
Former Manchester United star Ruud van Nistelrooy is in sixth place with 60 goals, followed by a goal difference, former Ukrainian star Andre Shevchenko, then former French star Thierry Henry (51 goals).
Former Italian star Filippo Inzaghi came ninth with 50 goals, followed by Swedish star Zlatan Ibrahimovic, with a difference of one goal, scoring 49 goals.
Messi and Ronaldo still have a lot to give on the green rectangle, as their teams are still competing for the biggest continental competitions, including the European Champions League, which paves the way for them to raise goals, which are difficult to break their number in the medium and long term because of the absence A strong competitor for them in the biggest European competition.