Again, Ronaldo beats Messi, scoring a record that is difficult to imitate

Cristiano Ronaldo Beats Lionel Messi, Scoring 198 Winning Goals

In the last two decades, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have been in a fierce competition to be the best. They have been chasing each other for the number of goals and trophies, both collective and individual records. Specifically for the number of goals, Ronaldo seems to be slightly better than Messi, especially in terms of scoring the goals that determine victory.

According to a report from the site quoted by, Ronaldo managed to score 198 winning goals for the team he defended. Of the 198 goals, 40 were scored by CR7 from penalty kicks. The 198 winning goals scored by Ronaldo place him as the player who has scored the most winning goals.

Meanwhile, La Pulga scored 166 winning goals throughout his career, with 27 goals coming from penalties.

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It’s a tale as old as time – Ronaldo vs Messi. The two football giants have been competing for the title of world’s best player for years, and they show no signs of slowing down. This week, Ronaldo has once again beaten Messi, scoring a record that is difficult to imitate.

The competition between Ronaldo and Messi is one of the greatest rivalries in the history of sport. Both players have achieved remarkable success in their careers, but Ronaldo has consistently been ahead of Messi in terms of goals and trophies. This week, Ronaldo scored his 700th career goal, surpassing Messi’s tally of 699. It is an incredible achievement, and one that is unlikely to be matched anytime soon.

The goal was scored in a match between Juventus and Napoli, which ended in a 3-1 victory for Juventus. Ronaldo’s goal was a stunning free-kick, which left the goalkeeper with no chance of saving it. It was a moment of brilliance from the Portuguese star, and a reminder of why he is considered one of the greatest players of all time.

The goal has further cemented Ronaldo’s place in the history books. He is now the first player to reach 700 career goals, and it is a testament to his incredible talent and dedication. It also serves as a reminder of the fierce competition between Ronaldo and Messi, and how they continue to push each other to greater heights.

It is clear that Ronaldo has once again beaten Messi, scoring a record that is difficult to imitate. It is a remarkable achievement, and one that will take some beating. For now, Ronaldo has the bragging rights, and the title of world’s best player.