The Portuguese striker has reached the magic number of 100 away goals in 106 away games with Real Madrid, an average of 0.94 goals per game.
Two more goals, this time in the Vallecas stadium, have helped Cristiano Ronaldo reach the figure of 100 official away goals with Real Madrid, proving beyond doubt that he is a threat to opposition defences every time he visits a rival grounds. In the 106 games he has played away from the Santiago Bernabeu stadium Ronaldo has notched up 100 goals, maintaining an average of 0.94 goals per game.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s 100 Official Away Goals with Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal-scoring capability was evident from the very first away match he played with Real Madrid, which took place in Cornellá El-Prat against Espanyol (0-3) in the first official game played in that stadium. The Portuguese striker has found the net in 61 of the 106 games he has played outside the Bernabeu.
CR7 has scored in all competitions in which he has played and has found the net in all Primera Division grounds on at least one occasion. Of the 29 Spanish grounds he has visited, only the Riazor and Nuevo Condominia stadiums have so far eluded him.
Ronaldo notched up 17 away goals in his first season at Madrid, a figure that increased in the two subsequent seasons with a total of 21 away goals in the 2010/2011 championship and 29 in 2011/2012, his most prolific season to date. This season he has found the net in 4 away matches with a total of 6 goals..