Cristiano Ronaldo continues to make the history books his own and his latest goals just took him to uncharted territory.
It’s becoming commonplace for Ronaldo to set a new record with every one of his recent goals.
Juventus needed a big performance against rivals Inter in the first leg of the Coppa Italia semifinals. As one would expect, CR7 was there to deliver.
The Bianconeri suffered an early setback after Lautaro Martinez put Inter ahead just after nine minutes.
Ronaldo then scored twice within the space of ten minutes to put Juve back ahead before half-time. Pirlo and company went on to win the game by a 2-1 score-line.
As per Marca, the goals were number 762 and 763 for Ronaldo in his career.
With Pele and Josef Bican both level at 762 career goals, it means the Portuguese now has the most goals in football history.
Even better that Ronaldo still has time on his side to add more to that number.
However, the record could be quite controversial as some sources claim Pele and Bican have way more goals than recorded.
Just recently, the Czech federation put out a statement disputing the number of recorded goals for Bican. We’ll have to see how this ends but Ronaldo remains the highest goal-scorer in history as it stands.