Ronaldo & His 5 Guinness Records that will Make The World Admire of the King.

Ronaldo & His 5 Guinness Records that will Make The World Admire of the King.

Cristiano Ronaldo is a legendary football player who has cemented his legacy in the sport. He has a habit of breaking records and continues to do so. Ronaldo has made an impact in every club he has played for and his recent return to Manchester United has been well received. Let’s take a look at the five greatest Guinness records held by Cristiano Ronaldo.

5: Number five on the list is the oldest player to establish a hat-trick in the World Cup. Ronaldo, who is Portugal’s talisman, scored a hat-trick against Spain at the age of 33 to ensure Portugal drew 3-3 in a group match in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Ronaldo didn’t slow down either; the 36-year-old is the top scorer in Euro 2020 alongside the Czech Republic’s Patrik Schick.

4: At number four is Ronaldo’s record of scoring in 11 consecutive Champions League games. Ronaldo is one of the best players in the sport’s history, accumulating both team and individual titles at an incredible rate. He is the only player in the sport to have achieved this feat. He accomplished this during his time playing for Real Madrid when they were arguably the best team in the world.

3: Ronaldo is also known for being one of the most famous athletes in the world, and his reputation extends beyond the world of football. He has a strong social media presence, and his Wikipedia page is the most viewed for a male athlete, which is not surprising given his popularity.

2: Number two on the list is Ronaldo’s record for scoring the most goals in a Champions League season. His time playing for Real Madrid was a truly spectacular feat, with the striker consistently breaking records during his tenure.

1: Cristiano Ronaldo broke Ali Daei’s record for the most international goals scored in men’s football during his recent double against the Republic of Ireland. He now has 111 goals after playing 180 games for the Portuguese national team, surpassing Daei’s record of 109 goals. It seems unlikely that anyone will break Ronaldo’s record anytime soon.

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