MILAN: Cristiano Ronaldo made history as the top scorer of all time after scoring for Juventus against Napoli in the Italian Super Cup.
The 35-year-old had a chance to record the new record during the meeting with Inter Milan last Sunday, but unfortunately they lost 2-0.
But Ronaldo found a target in the Italian Super Cup against Gennaro Gattuso’s men and broke the record of Josef Bican – an Austro-Czech striker who scored 759 goals between 1931 and 1955.
Ronaldo has now collected 760 goals in his glorious career and it does not seem to end with that figure.
Only old rival in La Liga, Lionel Messi is seen to be able to overcome his achievement.
The Barcelona and Argentina star collected 715 goals and was two years younger than Ronaldo.
On January 3, Ronaldo surpassed the record of Brazilian legend Pele who scored 757 goals in the official match.
Ronaldo is expected to still have at least five more years to continue to expand his record.