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CR7 all time #6 in EU top scorer

January 6, 2015

Cristiano Ronaldo will have yet another record in his sights after moving up to sixth in the all-time list of top scorers in the big five leagues on Sunday.

Ronaldo’s penalty in Real Madrid’s 2-1 defeat by Valencia at the Mestalla  – which brought an end to their 22-game winning run – was his 28th La Liga goal this season.

And it was also his 287th goal in the Spanish and English leagues combined, which took him level with Gordon Hodgson in sixth position in the table of scorers across Europe’s biggest leagues, which also includes the Bundesliga in Germany, Italy’s Serie A and the French top flight, Ligue 1.

1 Jimmy Greaves England 1957-1971 366 357 9
2 Gerd Muller Germany 1965-1979 365  365
3 Steve Bloomer England 1892-1914 317  317
4 Dixie Dean England 1924-1938 310  310
5 Delio Onnis Argentina/Italy 1971-1986 299  299
Cristiano Ronaldo  Portugal  2003-  287  203  84   
6 Gordon Hodgson England/South Africa 1926-1939 287  287
8 Alan Shearer England 1988-2006 283  283
9 Silvio Piola Italy 1930-1954 274  274
10 Klaus Fischer Germany 1968-1988 268  268
11 Lionel Messi Argentina 2004- 257  257
11 Charlie Buchan England 1911-1928 257  257
13 Raul Spain 1994-2012 256  228 28
14 Bernard Lacombe France 1969-1987 255  255
14 Nat Lofthouse England 1946-1960 255  255

more info & source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-2897031/Cristiano-Ronaldo-moves-sixth-time-list-scorers-Europe-s-big-five-league.html

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Cristiano Ronaldo – The Story So Far | Goal 50

December 23, 2014

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Cruz Azul vs. Real Madrid

December 15, 2014

All the fuss on Monday morning was about the Champions League, which saw Real Madrid paired with Schalke again, but Los Blancos are focusing their attention on a different competition altogether at the moment: the Club World Cup.

And they get their campaign in Morocco underway on Tuesday night.

They’ll meet Mexican side Cruz Azul, who came through a rain-drenched affair against nine-man Western Sydney Wanderers in the quarter-final at the weekend.

However, it was so wet that the pitch in Rabat took quite a beating, meaning FIFA have taken the option to switch Tuesday’s semi-final to the Moroccan capital, Marrakech.

B/R takes a look at the issues and the decisions that will shape the match.

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Cristiano Ronaldo wins BBC Overseas Sports Personality award

December 15, 2014

bbc award 2014

Real Madrid and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo has won the BBC’s 2014 Overseas Sports Personality award.

The 29-year-old former Manchester United star was named world player of the year 11 months ago.

“Thank you BBC for choosing me and to my old fans in England. Thank you very much,” said Ronaldo, who has scored 281 goals in 267 matches for Real.

He won the award ahead of tennis player Serena Williams, boxer Floyd Mayweather and MotoGP rider Marc Marquez.

Ronaldo, who has scored 27 hat-tricks for Real, netted 17 goals in last season’s Champions League, breaking the previous record of 14 held by Jose Altafini and Lionel Messi.

He is only the second footballer to win the award since this century, after Brazil striker Ronaldo in 2002.

Recent award winners

2013: Sebastian Vettel (Germany, F1) 2012: Usain Bolt (Jamaica, athletics)
2011: Novak Djokovic (Serbia, tennis) 2010: Rafael Nadal (Spain, tennis)
2009: Usain Bolt (Jamaica, athletics) 2008: Usain Bolt (Jamaica, athletics)
2007: Roger Federer (Switzerland, tennis) 2006: Roger Federer (Switzerland, tennis)

source: http://www.bbc.com/sport/0/sports-personality/30414684