Brazilian legend, Ronaldo De Lima is the Brazilian player with the most goals in the history of Real Madrid. The Real Madrid legend is one of the few players that played for Real Madrid and Barcelona. During a fruitful time at the Santiago Bernabeu, De Lima Ronaldo scored 104 goals in 177 games.
Second on the list is legendary Brazilian full-back, Roberto Carlos. The Brazilian was a very good set-piece taker during his time at the club and this helped him score 68 goals in 527 games for Real Madrid.
The third highest goalscoring Brazilian in the history of Real Madrid is Vinicius Junior. The Brazilian attacker has been in fine form in the past three seasons and he has taken his hot form into the 2022/23 season. In 206 games for Real Madrid, the Real Madrid star has scored 54 goals.
Brazilian full-back, Marcelo is fourth on the list. The legendary Brazilian full-back scored 38 goals in 546 appearances. Robinho completes the top five having scored 35 goals in 137 appearances for the Spanish La Liga giants.
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