9 Records Ronaldo Has Not Yet Broken At Real
9 Records Cristiano Ronaldo Has Not Yet Broken At Real Madrid
Since joining Spanish giants Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo has gone on to break numerous individual records at the club, but according to Squawka, here are nine he has not broken yet.
Click through the gallery above to see who the current holders of the nine records are.
The Portuguese superstar joined Los Blancos from English giants Manchester United for a then world-record transfer fee of £80 million (R1.3 billion) in 2009.
Ronaldo has gone on to lift one La Liga title, two Copa del Reys, two Champions League trophies, two FIFA Club World Cups and two UEFA Super Cups during his time at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Some of the 31-year-old's individual honours since moving to Madrid include him becoming the Spanish side's all-time top goalscorer (392 goals) as well as being the only player to score 50 goals or more in six consecutive seasons.
The former Red Devil has also gone on to score the most hat-tricks (32 in total) in La Liga history, and is currently the only player to have scored 100 or more goals in UEFA club competition.
These records alone are pretty impressive, to say the least, but here are nine milestones the Portuguese star could be targeting next at Real:
1) Become La Liga's all-time top goalscorer
2) Score the most goals for Real Madrid in El Clasico
3) Accumulate the most appearances for Real Madrid
4) Acquire the most Champions League appearances for Real Madrid
5) Accumulate the most La Liga appearances for Real Madrid as a foreign player
6) Go on to score the fastest Real Madrid goal
7) Compile the most goals in a single Copa del Rey campaign
8) Eventually be the oldest post-World War 2 goalscorer at Real Madrid
9) Emerge as the oldest post World War 2 player at Real Madrid
Ronaldo signed a new deal with the Spanish giants towards the end of 2017, which will keep him contracted to Los Blancos until 2021, by which time he will be 36 years old.
The Portugal captain has made 385 appearances for Real, scoring 392 goals.
Which one of these records can you see Ronaldo breaking next? Have your say in the comments section below.