Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 750th career goal against Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League on Wednesday evening.
Ronaldo tapped in a low ball from at the far post with the goal, the Portuguese attacker is closer to the all-time scoring record.
Ronaldo has three players in front of him as per the scoring chart, and it seems the Juventus attacker will pass two of those players before the end of this season should he continue at this pace.
Pele is now just 17 goals ahead of Ronaldo on 767, while Romario sits second in the charts on 772 goals – 22 ahead of the Portugal legend.
Josef Bican is top of the all-time scoring charts with an unconfirmed total, but he is known to have scored at least over 805 goals.
Ronaldo has scored 75th goal for Juventus since joining the Serie A Champions since joining from Real Madrid in 2018, having netted exactly 450 times for Los Blancos.
The Portuguese attacker 118 times for Manchester United and scored five goals for Sporting Lisbon.
The 102 goals he has netted for Portugal – which ranks him second on the all-time international scorers’ list behind Iran’s Ali Daei – completes his 750 career goal tally.