Cristiano Ronaldo, Juventus forward, has scored his 760th career goal during the Italian Super Cup final to become the top goal scorer of all-time.
On Wednesday night, Juventus defeated Napoli 2-0 to clinch a record 9th Italian Super Cup title, and on the 64th minute, the Portuguese star re-wrote the history record book when he opened the scoring at the Mapei Stadium in Reggio Emilia.
A corner was swung over and Napoli fluffed their lines, leaving Ronaldo with the perfect opportunity to thump into the net using his left foot.
Alvaro Morata doubled the Old Lady’s lead in the 95th minute of play to hand Andrea Pirlo’s side their 9th Supercoppa Italiana title.
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The legendary Portuguese forward is now the player with the most official goals ever scored — 760!
The 35-year-old has also surpassed the long-standing record held by the late Josef Bican, who netted 759 official goals during his remarkable career between 1931-1955.
Ronaldo has scored 85 of his 760 career goals in his two-year and a half spell with the Old Lady.
In his incredible career, he scored five goals for Sporting Lisbon, 118 for Manchester United, 450 for Real Madrid, and then 102 for Portugal.