Cristiano Ronaldo earns the new FIFA goal record scoring 807 goals

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Cristiano Ronaldo scored an awesome hat-trick in Saturday’s 3-2 triumph over Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League, bringing his career goal total to 807.

Cristiano Ronaldo earns the new FIFA goal record scoring 807 goals

Ronaldo has only made 1,109 official senior games for his country, United, Real Madrid, Juventus, and hometown club Sporting CP to score his 807th goal.

He was named No. 2 among the world’s top forwards in ESPN’s FC 100 for 2021 (and indeed, his 808th). Regardless of how you slice it, that is a pretty remarkable feat.

Apart from leading the pack among his colleagues, there have been talks that Ronaldo is already the all-time leading goal scorer in professional men’s football — however this depends on who you believe.

Confusion arises due to the reliability of records dating from decades ago, when goal-scoring legends such as Pele of Brazil and Josef Bican of Czechoslovakia were at their peak, and the looser categorization of “official” matches, which means their respective totals vary wildly depending on the source.

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Whether it’s an all-time record or not, there’s no doubt that Ronaldo now has 807 senior goals to his name, as every single one of them has been witnessed, recorded, and officially registered, from his first as a 17-year-old for Sporting against Moreirense on Oct. 7, 2002 to hat-trick against Tottenham Hotspur on March 12, 2022.

Ronaldo Stats

Adding to his goal tally of 807 career goals for club and country, Ronaldo has now scored his 59th career hat-trick making him the all time top.

Cristiano Ronaldo has increased his lead as the all-time leading hat-trick goal scorer in the twenty-first century.

Rival Messi is five points back on 53, while Luis Suarez is the closest opponent on 29.

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Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich, one of the favorites to win the Ballon d’Or this year, tallies with Luis Suarez.

Competition Played Goals Assist 
Premier League2209648
Champions League18214048
Serie A988117
Copa del Rey30223
FA Cup27138
Liga Portugal2535
EFL Cup1241
Italy Cup104
Club World Cup873
Champions League Qu.411
Supercoppa Italiana32
Taça de Portugal32
UEFA Super Cup22
UEFA Cup21
Community Shield1


The 37-year-old attacker, who has been the best paid player in Real Madrid, Juventus, and now Manchester United, earns 1.1 million euros each week. Ronaldo will earn 58.5 million euros this season because his contract will end on June 30, 2022.

Cristiano Ronaldo earns the new FIFA goal record scoring 807 goals

Contract with Manchester United

Ronaldo agreed to a two-year contract with the Red Devils when he signed a £12 million deal to return to Old Trafford 12 years after departing for Real Madrid in a world-record £80 million move.

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During his three years with Juventus, Ronaldo earned an eye-watering £900,000 each week, surpassing the £1 million mark.

According to The Daily Star, he made a concession to get the transaction done, agreeing to have three provisions added into his United contract to ensure he would receive a hefty bonus dependent on the club’s success.

Cristiano Ronaldo will receive £1 million if United and the striker win the Champions League this season, as stipulated in his contract.

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