Another Portuguese goal machine, Eusébio, was worth a 0.9 goals a game as he racked up 532 goals in 590 official matches while Pelé’s tally stands at 0.93 goals per game. Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid’s all-time leading scorer, managed a ratio of 1.03 goals per game at the Bernabéu on his way to 450 in 438 games, while Leo Messi’s. That goal was much more significant than it first appeared, though. His late free-kick means he has now scored 414 league goals. That tally is now the joint record for most league goals scored in the history of the top five leagues. Who does he share that record with? Cristiano Ronaldo, of course.
Lionel Messi vs. Cristiano Ronaldo: all-time career records, goals, assists, hat-tricks, trophies, awards REVEALED: The records Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi haven’t broken in European competitions including most goals in a campaign. Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi hold a host of Champions League records; However, there are still a number they have yet to break in their careers Lionel Messi, by comparison, has 52 career hat-tricks. And it is his international record that lets him down, having scored exactly 46 trebles at club level - the same number as Ronaldo. He has only notched three or more goals in a game six times for his country, however.
Messi and Ronaldo seem to be breaking records every other week. Take a look at the ever-growing list of world records and european records that Messi and Ronaldo have broken so far. We are sharing Messi vs Ronaldo 2019 Performance and the ability of football in the ground. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are two of the greatest footballers of all time. Here you can find all score about the Ronaldo vs Messi. Ronaldo vs Messi Records & Achievements Lionel Messi, on the other hand, has scored eight in the 2018/19 season alone, while Ronaldo's netted his last free-kick 960 days ago in a game against Gremio on December 17th, 2017. Record: This season Messi has scored 8 direct free-kick goals.
Records & Achievements of Messi vs Ronaldo. That being said, there is Lionel Messi who has been marked as Cristiano Ronaldo's biggest rival when it comes to making and breaking records. However, Ronaldo is definitely a once in a lifetime player and he can authoritatively be marked as the greatest as well as the most consistent goalscorer in. Messi: meeste goals in één kalenderjaar. In het kalenderjaar 2012 scoorde Lionel Messi liefst 91 maal voor Barcelona en Argentinië. Aldus verbeterde hij een decennia oud record van Gerd Müller, die in 1972 85 maal scoorde voor Bayern München en het West-Duitse elftal.
It seems as if Lionel Messi breaks a goalscoring record every other week, such is his mindblowing knack for finding the back of the net. He became Barcelona's all time leading scorer at the age of 24, broke Gerd Muller's 39 year old record for the most goals scored in a single season (73), and is the all time leading scorer in La Liga. Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are both expected to individually set remarkable goal records this year. In 2012, Messi has achieved his the greatest year of his career. At 25, the Barcelona star scored 91 goals to become the only player to achieve the said feat. But once the 100th goal is scored, the next target will be the world record of 109 goals, set by Iran's Ali Daei between 1993 and 2006, and few would bet against Ronaldo making it 110, and beyond, in 2020. Time will catch up with Ronaldo soon, however, and he will be acutely aware of who is most likely to go close to whatever tally he ends up with.
In total, Ronaldo has scored more penalties than Messi. Of Ronaldo's goals, 15.92 per cent were penalties; while of Messi's career total only 12.97% have come from the spot. The overrall number of penalties that the two are scored are relatively significant compared to their grand total – both scoring almost 600 goals for both club and country. Curiously, that particularly feat is held by Iran's Ali Daei, who has netted 109 goals in 149 games for his country. Ronaldo needs 11 more goals to break that record. European Championships A millstone that has hung around the necks of both Ronaldo and Messi has been their ability to win major silverware on the international stage.
Record-keeping has become more accurate since Pele's day, and Messi is set to hit a new high that will take some beating. RONALDO: All-time top European Championship goal-scorer. Ronaldo has scored nine goals for Portugal at the four European Championships where he has represented his country, putting him level with Michel Platini as the. Ronaldo is the older of the two, has played in more games and scored more goals than Messi. Lionel Messi has won the Ballon d'Or for a record 4 times (2010–12, 2015) and Ronaldo won the award in 2013 and 2014. Messi was runner up in the years Ronaldo won the award, while Ronaldo was runner up in 2011 and 2012.
Hello guys, a lot of time has passed since I uploaded my last video. I would be very grateful if you could like this video and share it around because I put. We can see that from 19 to 25 years old, Messi has been distancing itself increasingly from the records of Cristiano with the same age and, when they reach 26, Cristiano began to recover some ground to the Argentine. At 29, Cristiano Ronaldo had scored 463 goals. Messi past 500 goals at 28 years old.
The two had broken each other's record over the course of 2015 after Messi surpassed the previous record holder Raúl in November 2014. Ronaldo opened a gap in the 2015–16 season when he became the first player to score double figures in the group stage of the Champions League, setting the record at 11 goals. Hello. According to my information Ronaldo has 29 trophies as he did not play for the Uefa super cup 2016 and was not in the squad for Community shield 2008. Also messi’s Olympic gold medal does not count as a trophy because of its under 23 rule of participation. Also Ronaldo has 2 more games played. And messi 3 less assists.
Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo's goal by goal record UEFA Champions League (group stage to final) Messi (all goals scored for Barcelona) Ronaldo (goals 1-15 for Man Utd; 16-120 for Real Madrid; 121 onwards for Juventus) Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are on the cusp of entering the 600 goal club, and a stone’s throw away from scaling the all-time domestic goal scoring record set by Pele. His brace against Manchester United at the Nou Camp in midweek took Lionel Messi to the top of the UEFA Champions League goalscorers chart for the season. Ronaldo and Messi will definitely surpass the goal record above 800 official goals before they retire. Both are one of the most gifted football players nature has blessed us with. And when you talk of discipline and motivation, none can come close...
MESSI: Seven Ballon d'Or wins . Ronaldo did not attend the Ballon d'Or awards ceremony in 2019 to see Messi claim a record sixth gong, and if the Barca star wins again in 2020 it is hard to see Ronaldo, who has won the award five times, ever catching him. While Panathinaikos was Messi's first victim, Slavia Praha became the 33rd different team that Messi has scored against, tying him for another record. Messi's goal tied him with former Real Madrid stars Raul and Cristiano Ronaldo for that mark, with the two also having scored against 33 different sides.
MESSI: Top goal-scorer for a single team . Messi is 26 goals away from eclipsing Pele's club goals record of 643, which the Brazil legend is said to have scored for Santos. Record-keeping has become more accurate since Pele's day, and Messi is set to hit a new high that will take some beating. RONALDO: All-time top European Championship goal-scorer Upon turning 21, Ronaldo had scored 36 times for club and country - hile Messi had netted 50 goals for Barcelona and Argentina. It's remarkable to think that Mbappe doesn't turn 21 until December 20. Also, Mbappe's return this term in Ligue 1 (30) has equalled Thierry Henry's record of the most goals scored by a French player in a single season.
Lionel Messi vs Cristiano Ronaldo Records, Career Stats, All-time Goals, Red Cards, Hattricks and Awards Comparision. One of the most asked question in the football world is who the better football player between Messi vs Ronaldo. Messi has now moved ahead of former Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo as the player with the most hat-tricks in La Liga history, having now scored 35 in his career. Messi's highest-scoring league season for Barca came in 2011-12 when he reached 50 goals in 37 appearances.
And the football record for the most goals from a keeper belongs to Rogerio Ceni, who even put some strikers to shame. If there was ever a Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi for goalkeepers, it would have to be Ceni – no arguments. The world's two best footballers – Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo – both scored doubles at the weekend in La Liga. Messi-Ronaldo rivalry is an association football rivalry between fans of Argentine forward Lionel Messi and Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo and supposedly between the athletes themselves.
However, when it comes to goals per match, Messi and Ronaldo cannot compete with the all-time record holders. Ronaldo's UEFA Champions League record stands at 0.76 a game – 125 goals in 164 games – and it is 0.76 in all UEFA club competitions – 127 in 168. Cristiano Ronaldo Vs Messi Rivalry, Records, Goals And Comparison. Each new season is an opportunity for the fans to see if the two players can beat each other, set new records A future Lionel Messi has surpassed one of Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal stats. The countless historic moments Ronaldo and Messi have instilled in the minds of their fans will never be replaced. However, as the two iconic players approach the beginning of their twilight, a new generation has already introduced themselves to the world.
Ronaldo is eight goals behind Messi in Clasico appearances with 18, but, again, it is worth noting that the reigning Ballon d'Or winner featured in eight fewer games than his rival. Messi's goal-to-game ratio is marginally better than Ronaldo's (0.68 to 0.60), even though his Portuguese counterpart attempts more shots per game. Record-keeping has become more accurate since Pele's day, and Messi is set to hit a new high that will take some beating. RONALDO: All-time top European Championship goal-scorer . Ronaldo has scored nine goals for Portugal at the four European Championships where he has represented his country, putting him level with Michel Platini as the.
Barcelona's Lionel Messi and Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo are the undisputed top two players on the planet, combining for the last seven World Player of the Year honors and shattering goal records along the way. With both still in their primes, they figure to be trading the Champions League all-time goal record for the coming years. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 14 goals since Lionel Messi's sixth Ballon d'Or win in December - more than anybody else in the world. The 35-year-old netted in Juventus' 2-1 defeat to Hellas Verona last night for his 14th goal in two months. While Messi has only managed to score five goals for
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are two of the most successful football players through history, but who is better? Express.co.uk took a look at goals, records, honours and stats to crown the ultimate King of Football. MESSI: Top goal-scorer for a single team . Messi is 26 goals away from eclipsing Pele’s club goals record of 643, which the Brazil legend is said to have scored for Santos. Record-keeping has become more accurate since Pele’s day, and Messi is set to hit a new high that will take some beating.
Messi and Ronaldo, toe to toe in league tournaments. Lionel Messi has an impressive record that is right in par with Cristiano Ronaldo, and the Argentine is two years younger than the Portuguese star. With his two goals for Juventus, Cristiano reached an impressive 432 league goals as a professional. Messi gets a good start in La Liga season 2017-18, he managed to score 2 goals in 2 match. In next few weeks champions league and other cup matches coming ahead which means he got more chance to increase his goals from the arch rivals Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo has been sent off 11 times in his career – once for Juventus, six times for Real Madrid and four times for Manchester United. Ronaldo vs. Messi: trophies won Record-keeping has become more accurate since Pele's day, and Messi is set to hit a new high that will take some beating. Ronaldo: All-time top European Championship goal-scorer. Ronaldo has scored nine goals for Portugal at the four European Championships where he has represented his country, putting him level with Michel Platini as the.