Ronaldo’s remarkable Real Madrid career in numbers
The striker is the Spanish club’s record goal scorer.
Cristiano Ronaldo has agreed a move to Juventus to end his astounding spell at Real Madrid.
Here, Press Association Sport takes a statistical look back at the Portugal star’s nine seasons at the Bernabeu.
450 – Ronaldo’s Real Madrid-record goal tally, in 438 games.
17 – his record goal tally for a Champions League season, in 2013-14.
105 – total Champions League goals for the club, which also included 16 in 2015-16 and 15 in the most recent campaign.
4 – Champions League titles with Real, including the last three in succession.
311 – goals in LaLiga.
2 – LaLiga titles, in 2011-12 and 2016-17.
16 – major trophies with the club, also including two domestic cups, two domestic and three European Super Cups and three Club World Cups.
4 – Ballon d’Or awards won with Real, making five in total after he was first recognised as the world’s best player in 2008 when he was with Manchester United.
Another dream come true. Unbelievable feeling. Thanks to my family, friends, teammates, coaches and everyone that stood by my side throughout the years.👌🏽🔝 pic.twitter.com/A9jyYswePD— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) December 7, 2017
44 – hat-tricks for Madrid including a club-record 34 in LaLiga. Two came last season, against Girona and Real Sociedad in LaLiga.
8 – the Girona game marked the eighth time he had scored four or more goals in a Real match. That included five-goal league hauls against Granada in 2014-15 and Espanyol the following season.
8 – his first three goals in that 9-1 win over Granada came in eight minutes, equalling the club record for the quickest ever hat-trick.
61 – his most prolific season for Real came in 2014-15 with 61 goals in all competitions, including 48 in the league. It was the second time he hit 60 for a season.
£80m – fee paid by Real to sign Ronaldo from United in 2009. At the time it was a world record.
£92.7m – the reported fee paid by Juve sees Real make a profit in raw terms.
658 – career goals for Real, United (118), Sporting Lisbon (five) and Portugal (85).