How Ronaldo’s record after 200 PL games compares with Rooney’s

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Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates with Wayne Rooney after scoring for Manchester United.

Wayne Rooney and Cristiano Ronaldo are both Manchester United legends – but how do the duo compare after 200 Premier League games?

Rooney became the youngest player to hit the landmark in October 2008, while Ronaldo recently reached his double century during his second stint at United.

We’ve taken a look at both of their records after 200 Premier League games to see how the two compare.

Note: Rooney began his Premier League career at the age of 16 but Ronaldo was 18 when he made his debut in England.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Games: 200
Starts: 160
Sub appearances: 40

Goals: 87
Assists: 34

Penalties scored: 11

Minutes per goal: 170.6
Minutes per non-penalty goal: 195.3
Minutes per goal or assist: 122.6

Cristiano Ronaldo

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Wayne Rooney

Games: 200
Starts: 161
Sub appearances: 39

Goals: 70
Assists: 41

Penalties scored: 0

Minutes per goal: 212.2
Minutes per non-penalty goal: 212.2
Minutes per goal or assist: 113.8

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