869 goals in 1,200 games! Cristiano Ronaldo said: Thank you to all my teammates who helped me! Personally retired in Saudi Arabia

In the early morning of December 9th, Beijing time, in the 16th round of the Saudi Arabian League, Riyadh Victory defeated Yad Sports 4-1 at home and continued to rank second with 37 points. In this game, Cristiano Ronaldo reached the 1,200th game milestone of his career and completed a pass and shot. He updated his social account immediately after the game.

Regarding his passing and shooting performance in this game, Ronaldo roared and celebrated with fists and a picture: “Three points! Thank you to all my teammates who helped me reach 1,200 games. This is an extraordinary journey, but we it’s not finished yet!”

As Ronaldo said, his career is not over yet.

According to statistics, Ronaldo’s number of appearances has jumped to fifth place in football history, second only to Englishman Peter Hilton (1,375 games), Paul Bastock (1,286 games), and Brazilian Rogerio Se Ni (1,237 games) and Fabio (1,212 games). Comparing the non-goalkeeper position alone, Ronaldo has become the first person in history.

On August 14, 2002, Ronaldo made his career debut.

Now 22 years have passed, the number of appearances has officially reached 1,200 games, and 869 goals have been scored, specifically for Sporting CP (5 goals in 31 games), Manchester United (145 goals in 346 games), Real Madrid (450 goals in 438 games), Juventus (134 101 goals in every game), Victory in Riyadh (39 goals in 46 games), and the Portuguese national team (129 goals in 205 games). He is worthy of being a great super shooter.

This season, Cristiano Ronaldo has played 27 games for Riyadh Victory in all competitions, contributing 25 goals and 10 assists, including 16 goals and 8 assists in 15 league games. At the same time, he has scored the 49th goal for the club and the national team this year, and is close to breaking through 50 goals. , continue to write new magical records.

In two months, Ronaldo will turn 39 and still has no plans to retire.

In a previous interview, Ronaldo said bluntly: “Many people say I am finished, but I continue to score goals. He even told Riyadh Victory Club that he hopes to retire from this club in the future and end his brilliant career. “

According to the signing between the two parties, Ronaldo’s contract with Riyadh Victory will expire in June 2025, which means that there is still at least one and a half years to continue playing in the competition. Fans hope to see the Portuguese superstar score the 900th goal of his career. Even the achievement of the 1,000th goal.

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