Juventus forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, Finished the 2020-21 campaign as the highest-scoring player in Serie A and became the only player to perform this feat in the best flight of the Premier League, La Liga and Italy.
The 36-year-old scored 29 goals, finishing fourth in the Bianconeri season. Inter Milan wins Serie A title, ending Ju’s nine-year dominance.
In Ronaldo’s third season in Italy, he won the Caponecanonier race, scoring 21 goals for the first time in 2018-19, five goals behind Fabio Quacliarella and 31 goals in the following campaign to chase the 31 Golden Boot winner. European, Zero Immobile, With the same image.
In total, he has scored 101 goals in 133 Serie A games. Ronaldo won the Serie A Footballer of the Year award in 2019 and 2020 consecutively.
The Portuguese forward is Manchester United’s top scorer in the Premier League with 31 goals in 2007-08, helping him win his first Ballon d’Or later that year. He scored 42 goals in all competitions when he won the United League and Ronaldo’s first Champions League.
In all, he scored 118 goals in 292 United appearances before joining Real Madrid in 2009. While in the UK, he won the Player of the Year and Football Writers of the Year awards twice in 2006-07 and 2007-08.
Ronaldo has won the La Liga trophy on three occasions, scoring 40 goals in the 2010-11 season and finishing second behind Madrid Barcelona, but also winning his first trophy in Spain, the Copa del Rey.
The highest scorer again in 2013-14 with 31 goals. That season he won the Champions League and Ballon d’Or for the second time in his career. This is the only time he has been named Lalika’s best player.
In the following campaign, he beat Picci again after scoring 48 goals, but lost to Ballon d’Or Lionel Messi He helped Barzia win the Treble, the League, the Cup and the Champions League.
Ronaldo left Juventus for Madrid in 2018, becoming Los Blancos’ all-time top scorer with 450 goals in 438 appearances. In La Liga, he scored 311 times in just 292 games. He also won the Champions League four times with Madrid.
With 134 goals, the Portuguese international is also the highest-scoring player in Champions League history. He scored seven different editions more than any other player.
Ronaldo has won the European Golden Lock four times (last 2014-15), second only to Messi by six.