Ronaldo continues to showcase his exceptional football skills in the current Saudi League season. Scoring more goals than matches played, he has elevated his performance alongside the arrival of various European stars. In 12 games, he has notched up an impressive tally of 13 goals and 7 assists.
At 38 years old, Ronaldo defies the notion that age limits athletic prowess, maintaining a high level of play. Since joining the Middle East after mutually terminating his contract with Manchester United, he boasts 30 goals and 11 assists in 36 games and 3257 minutes, maintaining a consistent rate seen throughout his illustrious career.
Looking at his overall career, Ronaldo’s remarkable statistics include 731 goals and 234 assists in 985 games, solidifying his status as one of the greatest players of all time. When considering a hypothetical scenario where a player averages 50 goals per season, it would take nearly two decades to reach Ronaldo’s numbers. Even at a strong rate of 20 goals per season, it would take almost half a century.
Incorporating his contributions to the Portuguese national team, Ronaldo adds 128 goals and 46 assists in 205 games, played over 16,000 minutes, with 142 of them occurring in competitive formats such as World Cups, Euros, or qualifiers. His extensive success includes 30 club trophies, including five Champions League awards, and five Ballon d’Ors spanning from 2008 to 2017.