Almost all parts of the body can be used to scare goals in football exception of the arm, but can sometimes be allowed depending on the situation. In this article, we are going to look at the breakdown of all Messi and Ronaldo's goals from different parts of their body.
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo arguably are the two best players in football history, as both superstars have scored so many goals in the curse of their careers.
Both Messi and Ronaldo have scored over 1,500 goals combined with Messi having a total of 755 goals with Ronaldo scoring about 790 having played more games than the Argentine talisman, about 145.
Headed goals - 26
Chest - 1
Hand - 1
Goals from his weak foot (Right) - 93
Goals from his strong foot (left) - 633
Headed goals - 139
Shoulder - 1
Goals from his strong foot (right) - 511
Goals from his weak foot (left) - 146
More than 50% of Lionel Messi goals have come from his left magic foot, with Cristiano Ronaldo always ready to bang in goals with any part of his body.
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