The Portuguese star reached yet another landmark with the ex-Real Madrid and Manchester United star has taken his game to great heights. Ronaldo has continued to redefine the goal scoring art with the Juventus champion being the first player to record 400 across 5 top leagues of Europe. The Portugal international was offered a stage by Manchester United in 2003 and it made Ronaldo get his target in the Premier League around 84 times during a short tenure at Old Trafford.
It was a record-breaking movement which then took the 5 time Ballon d’Or star to Real Madrid. There were innumerable records made by the 33-year-old. Within 292 appearances, Ronaldo managed to score 311 La Liga efforts in the top flight for the Blancos. Juventus made an investment of €100 million worth over the summer and also saw great outcomes coming out of him. Ronaldo was heading into a meeting with Genoa with 4 goals to his name for Bianconeri. Out of which 2 out of those came in Serie A. The tally was bolstered in 18 minutes of Ronaldo’s latest outing and he hit one greater landmark during the process.