FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi is out on his own as the top goalscorer in El Clasico history, but there is one record that former Real Madrid talisman Cristiano Ronaldo still holds despite leaving Los Blancos two years ago.
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The Juventus forward scored 18 goals against the Catalans during his time at Real, which is tie with Alfredo Di Stefano on the all-time list.
His long-standing rival Messi has struck in the famous fixture on 26 occasions, and although anyone catching his record is difficult to imagine, Ronaldo has also achieved something in this match-up that nobody else.
The 35-year-old still holds the record for the longest scoring streak in Clasicos, after his run between the 2011/12 and 2012/13 seasons.
Ronaldo, who joined Juve in 2018, struck in six consecutive matches against the Blaugrana, notching up an impressive seven goals along the way.
The former Real forward beat Ivan Zamorano’s five-match scoring streak from the early ‘90s, with another Los Blancos goalscorer in at third.
Two ex-Catalan club players – Ronaldinho and Giovanni – complete the top five, with each of them managing goals against Real in four matches in a row.
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