- Ronaldo became the highest goalscorer wit his head when he scored the second goal for Al Nassr against US Monastir in a King Salman Club Cup .
- This was 893th goal in the Portuguese international career, with the 38 year old.
Cristiano Ronaldo became the highest goalscorer wit his head when he scored the second goal for Al Nassr against US Monastir in a King Salman Club Cup game at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Tuesday.
Ronaldo scored the goal in the 74th minute scoring 145th headed goal breaking the record of former German Legend Gerd Muller who had 144 goals with his head.
This was 893th goal in the Portuguese international career, with the 38 year old.
Ronaldo had failed to find the net in the pre-season friendlies so far this season and was looking for a breakthrough, which arrived in this Arab Club Champions Cup game.
The goal started Al Nassr’s comeback, with the team ending the match 4-1 in its favour.
Ronaldo joined Al Nassr in January 2023 after severing ties with Premier League side, Manchester United and has scored 15 goals for the Saudi Pro League side.
He is now playing for his fifth club in his professional career, Al Nassr. The five-time Ballon d’Or winner began his club career in 2002 with Sporting CP of Portugal. on a 3-0 victory over Moreirense, he scored his first goal on his professional debut against Braga. Since then, he has played for Juventus (2018–21), Al Nassr FC, Real Madrid (2009–18), Manchester United (2006–09), and 2001–22.
In more than 900 club appearances since his debut in 2002, Cristiano Ronaldo has scored over 700 goals. He is also the leading international goal scorer.
The Portuguese ace has won numerous prestigious championships throughout his career, including five UEFA Champions Leagues, three English Premier Leagues, two La Ligas, and as many Serie As.