Cristiano Ronaldo, The Fourth highest Goal Scorer for Real Madrid in Champions League

Cristiano Ronaldo leads the Goal-Scoring table in the Champions League 2012/13. The Madrid player has hit the back of the net in each of his last four matches and is one goal ahead of Yilmazy (Galatasaray) and rival Messi (Barcelona). Behind them is a group of players all on five goals: Óscar (Chelsea), Jonas (Valencia), Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund), Alan (Sporting Braga), Müller (Bayern) and Lavezzi.

What’s more, the Real Madrid striker is also the top goal-scorer in away matches with 5 goals, one more than Yilmaz, Alan and William.

Fouth Highest All Time Goal-Scorer For Real Madrid in the Champions League

Cristiano Ronaldo continues to climb the table of top goal-scorers in the history of Real Madrid in the European Cup. His strike against Galatasaray was the Portuguese forward’s 32nd goal in the white vest. This means he overtakes Gento and is now in fourth place. The Portuguese international, in his fourth season with Real Madrid, may take the podium this very season. Indeed, only three goals stand between him and Puskas, in third position with 35 goals. Raúl, with 66, and Di Stéfano, with 49, are above the Hungarian. Ronaldo’s team-mate, Karim Benzema, who also scored in the win against the Turks, is in eighth place with 18 strikes, level with Morientes and Pirri.

1 Comment

    • Fætterguf
      5th April 2013
      16:34

      would have been cool to be able to see the number of caps the real madrid’s top scorer table as well… would make the figures a bit more comparable

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