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Number 7 With 777 Career GOALS. Hashtag CR777.

Who doesn't know Cristiano Ronaldo? At least if not all of the people,most definitely know him.Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player in history of football to have scored 100+ goals in three different clubs and a national team.

Ronaldo began his career back at home Portugal playing for Sporting Lisbon at the age of 16.He scored 5 goals before moving to Manchester United.

Under Sir Alex Ferguson,Cristiano Ronaldo scored 84 goals out of 196 premier league games.

Across all league competitions while still in United,the total number of goals was 118 after making 292 appearances.

Ronaldo later moved to Spain playing for Real Madrid.He scored 199 goals in 171 matches in Laliga.

Between the years of 2013 and 2018, Real Madrid won champions league 4 times with 3 in a row.

Therefore, for all the leagues that Ronaldo played for Real Madrid,he scored 450 goals in 438 matches.

If you get to hear of Cristiano Ronaldo anywhere,the fact is, the great history this man made in Real Madrid was worth a conversation.

Now, let's move to Juventus his current home of play.Ronaldo was brought to Juventus with one main aim.For him to deliver the Champions League for the club.

He has scored a total of 101 goals for this club as from the time this article was written.

Portugal is his nationality.The 2016 European championship and the UEFA 2019 nations league tittle were led by Ronaldo.

He's the highest Portuguese scorer in history with 103 goals in 173 game appearances.

Let's do the calculation:

5 goals for Sporting Lisbon +118 goals for Manchester United +450 goals for Real Madrid +101 goals for Juventus +103 goals for Portugal national team =777 goals.

Since Cristiano Ronaldo plays Number 7 in the field having scored the goals above (777),it gives us the title.

How do you see Cristiano Ronaldo's performance since he moved from Man.United to Real Madrid and now Juventus.

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