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Christiano Ronaldo has set several goalscoring records in football history. He is regarded as the best freekick taker in the game.
He has scored 57 free kicks for both club and country since he began his career at Sporting in 2002. His finest season was 2009-10 when he scored six free kicks for Real Madrid. His record-breaking free kicks are legendary and will be remembered for many years to come.
"Cristiano always takes free-kicks in training and he scores them all the time," Pinsoglio, the club's third-choice goalkeeper told Tuttosport
Six Record-Breaking Freekicks Scored By Christiano Ronaldo
1. 1st goal for Manchester United
On November 1, Ronaldo scored his first goal for Manchester United with a free kick in a 3–0 win over Portsmouth.
2. 100th goal for Manchester United
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Christiano Ronaldo scored his first Man United goal with a free-kick.
3. 200th goal for Real Madrid
Real Madrid striker Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 200th goal with a free kick in 171 appearances at the Bernabéu in a Liga match against Valencia.
4. 250th goal for Real Madrid
5. 350th goal for Real Madrid
6. 100th goal for Portugal all came from free kicks.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 100 goals for Portugal in the UEFA Nations League match against Sweden on Sep 8, 2020.
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