Seven remarkable Cristiano Ronaldo stats and records since he turned 30
Cristiano Ronaldo turned 36 earlier this week, but if his latest performance is anything to go by he isn’t slowing down just yet.
The Portugal international scored to maintain Juventus’ good run of form in a 2-0 win over Roma, while he was denied a second by the crossbar.
In fact, he’s had a better career since turning 30 than the vast majority of footballers. Here are seven outstanding stats and records from his thirties alone.
– Ronaldo has scored exactly 300 career goals for club and country since he turned 30, back in February 2015. That works out as 50 a year.
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– On top of that, he has also laid on 70 assists for his team-mates in those six years.
– 13 major trophies have found their was onto Ronaldo’s CV since he hit 30. He’s won a La Liga title, three Champions Leagues, two Serie A titles, two Super Coppas, the Euros, the Nations League, two Club World Cups and a UEFA Super Cup.
– The five-time Ballon D’or winner scored 463 goals in 718 games before turning 30, averaging 0.64 goals per game. He’s scored 300 goals in 326 games in his 30s, boasting a record of 0.92 goals per game.
– Since turning 30, he has an incredible record for Portugal, scoring 49 goals in 52 appearances in that time.
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– Ronaldo has found the net 57 times in the Champions League alone since turning 30 too.
– At the age of 35, he also became the first Juventus player in 60 years to net 25 goals in a single Serie A season.
– His 300 goals in his 30s are more than a number of legends have managed in their entire career, including Ronaldinho and Ryan Giggs.