The Juventus's 3-1 victory over Cagliari over the weekend sealed a landmark and greatest achievement for Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese bagged an Hatrick to become the highest goal scorer on the planet.
Ronaldo himself has responded in a documentary he released, discussing how far he's come and how his passion to keep getting better day by day has been instrumental to his success.
Over the last fifteen years, Ronaldo has keep up with his performance at the high level. What a player that would hold a place in Football, even after he has hung his boots.
Messi bagged brace in Barcelona's recent 4-1 win of Huesca to move to 21 goals in the la liga this season as the Argentine hit the mark of his over 20 goals in every season since over 13 years now.
However, Ronaldo is having 770 career goals while Leo Messi is also having 661 career goals.
Nonetheless, both players are expected to score more in the coming matches for their clubs.
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