Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 700th club goal for Manchester United against Everton on Sunday in the Premier League, a milestone that sets him apart from other football greats.
The 37-year-old, who replaced injured Anthony Martial midway through the first half, fired a hard shot past Everton goalkeeper Pickford to score his 144th goal while wearing a Red Devils jersey.
In the course of Cristiano Ronaldo’s outstanding career, which has lasted more than 20 years, he has scored numerous goals for clubs in his own Portugal, England, Spain, and Italy.
For Sporting Lisbon, CR7 scored five goals. He has 144 goals to his credit in two stints at United. He scored over 400 goals during his nine years at Real Madrid, as opposed to 101 goals for Juventus of Italy.
With his goal on Sunday, the Portuguese outscored Lionel Messi by ten goals, surpassing the Argentinean’s record of 700 club goals.