Cristiano Ronaldo's 750 goals broken down with Portuguese almost scoring as many at Juventus as he did at Man Utd

CRISTIANO RONALDO hit an incredible 750th career goal as Juventus beat Dynamo Kiev.

The Portuguese superstar, 35, reached the landmark in his 1,026th professional game.

Of that tally, 75 have come for Juve, 450 for Real Madrid, 118 for Manchester United, five for Sporting Lisbon and 102 for his country.

The Champions League's record scorer made it 132 competition goals in 173 games by tapping in a rebound from close range.

Ronaldo had to wait for VAR to rule out an offside, with Stephanie Frappart confirming the goal as she became the first female to referee a Champions League game.

The goal counted, but he was accused of stealing the strike from team-mate Alvaro Morata.

After the match, Ronaldo shared a lengthy message with his 243 millions on Instagram.

He wrote: "750 goals, 750 happy moments, 750 smiles in the faces of our supporters.

"Thank you to all the players and coaches that helped me reach this amazing number.

"Thank you to all my loyal opponents that made me work harder and harder everyday.

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"But above all, thanks to my wonderful family, always present in my best and worst moments.

"Next stop: 800 goals. Let's go!"

Ronaldo has to score 43 more goals for Juventus before he matches his Manchester United tally.

It took him just 46 games to score his last 43 goals for the Serie A giants.

And he is now just 17 off Pele's all-time record of 767 career goals.

But he has been linked with a move away from the Italian giants, who he joined in 2018.

Reports have claimed he is looking to build bridges with Madrid ahead of a reutn to the Bernabeu.



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