Footballing God, Cristiano Ronaldo turns 36 today and the five time ballon d’Or winner shows no signs of letting up.
The world has watched the Portugal legend grown from a scrawny, step-over whiz at Manchester United to a football powerhouse with practically every trophy, award and record in the bag.
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In the space of just under two decades the Juventus forward has dazzled the world with his skill, desire and unrelenting hunger for success.
Even as he moves into his late thirties the Real Madrid all time top-goal scorer is still setting records and is currently the greatest goalscorer in football history.
The now 36-year-old shows no signs of letting up and so far he has scored 450 goals for Real Madrid, 118 for Manchester United, 102 for Portugal, 87 for Juventus and five for Sporting Lisbon where he broke through as a youngster.
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According to Marca, Cristiano Ronaldo is without a doubt world football’s all-time top goal-scorer after the Portuguese legend bagged himself two more goals in Juventus’s 2-1 win over Inter Milan at the San Siro on Tuesday night.
The Spanish based news outlet have said their own ‘meticulous records’ prove that there is now no doubt that the former Real Madrid player is the greatest scorer of all time.