La Liga’s all-time goal scoring charts – Ronaldo steps up onto the fourth position
The Portuguese captain Cristiano Ronaldo steps up onto the fourth position in La Liga’s all-time goal scoring graphs.
Real Madrid superstar scored an amazing five goals against Espanyol throughout the weekend, which saw him turning into Madrid’s all-time top scorer in the Spanish association. Accordingly, Ronaldo hopped up a further two spots in the association’s all-time scoring positioning, surpassing two Los Blancos legends. Ronaldo at long last broke his goal scoring dry season and, all the while, advanced Raul’s record for most goals for a Real Madrid player in La Liga. In doing as such, he additionally went straight up to the highest point of the table in the La Liga Golden Boot race (the Pichichi Trophy).
The three-time Ballon D’Or champ is gradually making up for lost time with European football legends, yet from distinctive times in the nineteenth and twentieth century. As things stand, he is 52 goals far from turning into the best goalscorer in European classes’ history. He overwhelmed Alfredo Di Stefano on 227 goals and past club record scorer Raul on 228 goals and now sits on 230 strikes.
The 30-year-old is just four goals behind Hugo Sanchez, who scored 234 goals for Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Rayo Vallecano. Ronaldo likewise has previous Spanish all-time scorer Telmo Zarra in sight and just needs 21 more strikes to surpass him. Messi is still one of the positioning and 57 goals in front of his endless opposition.
Ronaldo, however, equaled Messi’s record of scoring 32 hat-tricks in official matches for Spanish clubs. Also, the Portuguese joined Messi as just the second player to have scored 100 or all the more away goals. The Argentine required 127 matches to achieve this turning point while Ronaldo did it in 103 matches.
Do you think Ronaldo can move on the top position in the La Liga all-time scorers?