Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo equaled the record registered in the name of Hungarian football legend Ferenc Puskas after scoring a goal against Andorra (7-0) in a friendly match between them on Wednesday.
Ronaldo took part in the second half and scored the sixth goal for his country in the 85th minute of the match that took place at the Estadio da Luz Stadium in the capital, Lisbon.
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And Ronaldo raised the “Madeira missile” by that his score to 746 goals during his professional career so far, to equal the number of legend Ferenc Puskas and share with his fourth place in the list of top scorers in football history.
Ronaldo chases the Brazilian legend Pele, who is third in the list of most goal-scoring players with 767 goals, and his compatriot Romario, who is second with 772 goals.
While at the top of the list is Joseph Pecan, a legend of Slavia Prague, who played for Austria and the Czech Republic and who scored 805 goals throughout his career.
Don Ronaldo, 35, also reached his 102nd international goal with the Portugal national team, approaching the record at the national level throughout the history recorded in the name of Iranian Ali Daei, who scored 109 goals.