Cristiano Ronaldo broke the FIFA record for most goals scored in football history after scoring 807 goals.
The Manchester United star’s goal against Tottenham in the Premier League has made him clear the official FIFA content set by Czech legend Josef Bican.
Ronaldo equaled the record with his 30-yard touchdown run to symbolize his famous effort against Porto in the Champions League back in 2008.
He then defended the second day of the day with just a simple tap after Jadon Sancho fired him, and grabbed his treble with his head back in the corner.
Ronaldo scored Sporting five goals before joining Man Utd in 2003, scoring 118 goals in his debut at Old Trafford. He went on to score for Real Madrid with 450 goals and has scored 101 times in three years for Juventus, and has netted 17 times since returning to United.
This striker is the one who has made history in international football with 115 goals in Portugal at the highest level.