Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo won the Guinness World Records award after breaking Iranian player Ali Day’s all-time international goal record of 4,444. In recent decades, Cristiano Ronaldo has never failed to achieve greatness, whether for the club or for the country. Ronaldo recently re-entered the Guinness World Records, breaking the all-time international scoring record.Here, let’s take a look at five cases where the Portuguese captain and Manchester United striker had their names engraved in the Guinness Book of World Records.
1) The oldest player to perform a hat trick in the World Cup
Cristiano Ronaldo has been the talisman and superstar of Portugal for some time. The striker showed his strength again at the 2018 World Cup. Ronaldo scored a hat-trick against 33-year-old Spain to ensure Portugal tied with 33 points in the group stage.This hat trick also includes a free kick. The quality of the attacker caused huge trouble for Spain’s defense.Ronaldo did not slow down.The 36-year-old player is tied for the top scorer with Patrick Sigg of the Czech Republic in the 2020 European Cup and does not rule out another hat-trick in the 2022 World Cup.
2) 11 consecutive UEFA Champions League goals
Ronaldo is one of the most honored players in the history of the sport, accumulating team and individual trophies at an incredible speed. The former Juventus player is the only player in the sport to score 11 consecutive Champions League goals.Ronaldo completed this feat during Real Madrid’s effectiveness, Real Madrid can be said to be the best team in the world at the time.Ronaldo helped Real Madrid win three consecutive Champions League trophies. It turns out that he often plays a role.The incredible stability of the Portugal international can only be matched by a few.
3) The most viewed Wikipedia page by male athletes
Ronaldo’s presence on social media has been fully documented. The 36-year-old athlete is one of the most watched athletes in the world. Over the years, his sponsorship agreement on social media has been well reported.
Ronaldo’s Wikipedia page is no exception. The United striker’s Wikipedia page is the most viewed page by male athletes, and this record is not surprising to say the least.
4) More goals in European club games in a single season
Ronaldo’s performance in Real Madrid is really spectacular. The striker kept breaking records during his club.
Real Madrid’s historical top scorer Ronaldo set another record in the 201314 season. The former Portuguese sports player scored 17 goals in just 11 Champions League matches that season, becoming the player with the most goals in a European club game. Single season.His performance was not in vain, Real Madrid won the Champions League that season.
5) Most goals scored in international matches (men)
Cristiano Ronaldo’s double crown against the Republic of Ireland a few days ago made him the best international scorer ever in men’s football.Manchester United men broke Aliday’s record on the road. Ronaldo has now played 180 times for the Portuguese national team and scored 111 goals. This record seems unlikely to be broken anytime soon.Ronaldo’s physical fitness and longevity are often appreciated. At the age of 36, he can also take good care of himself. The attacker seemed willing to add more targets to his international account without showing signs of slowing down.