Football NewsCristiano Ronaldo claims he doesn’t follow records, records follow him
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Cristiano Ronaldo has been used to rewriting history books for an amazing career at the highest level.


What did Cristiano Ronaldo say?

The Portuguese boldly claimed that records follow him and the Red Devils player channels his inner Ibrahimovic when it comes to his greatness on the global stage. The Portuguese superstar has made a habit of rewriting the books of history throughout a remarkable career at the highest level, with a standing position as a permanent icon already secure. The player is now 37 years old and aiming for a day when he has to hang up his boots, but the Portuguese shows no signs of slowing down at Old Trafford and is eager to point out that he remains in record business.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner told Man Utd’s player diaries of constantly raising the bar of individual brilliance, with more honors to be raced in 2022-23 under new manager Erik ten Hag, that records, it comes naturally. According to Cristiano Ronaldo, he doesn’t follow the records, but the records follow him. So that’s good. It’s still his motivation to keep going. Ronaldo just works hard.

Ronaldo still love the passion for the game. And of course Manchester and his teammates helped him to the end, so he should appreciate all the people who help Cristiano. But the most important thing for Cristiano is to try to win games and try to win some championship or some cup, but he believes that Manchester will be where they belong. Sometimes it takes time, but he believes.


Cristiano’s record achievements

A return to Old Trafford for a fan favorite in the summer of 2021 didn’t quite go as planned with Man Utd missing out on the top silverware and Champions League qualification last season. The Portuguese striker, however, has registered 24 goals in all competitions at club level while cementing his legacy as an international superstar. In March, with a hat-trick against Tottenham, Ronaldo passed Josef Biscan to become FIFA’s all-time leading scorer in competitive matches.

Cristiano Ronaldo has already become the highest scoring player in the history of men’s international football, with 115 goals for Portugal before his name, while also being the top 140-effort surveyor in the Champions League competition. Cristiano has more international caps than any other European player, boasts the most UEFA Team of the Year appearances, is Real Madrid’s top goalscorer and is the only player to score 50 goals in seven consecutive calendar years.

Countless other records have been smashed by the modern phenomenon, with even archrival Argentine footballer Messi unable to stop the Portuguese from dominating the domestic and international scenes.