This past weekend I wrote the headline: “Cristiano Ronaldo’s left foot is better than your favorite player’s preferred foot” — Well, he’s at it again. In a crucial match against Celta Vigo that will go a long ways to determining the La Liga race, Ronaldo has scored yet another fantastic goal with his “weak foot” to give Real Madrid a vital lead.
10' ASÍ FUE EL GOL DE CRISTIANO RONALDO.— Portal Del Fútbol (@ElPortalFutbol) May 17, 2017
EnVivo #CeltaDeVigo 0-1 #RealMadrid pic.twitter.com/Ld2c9FBHlz
I mean, just look at that nonsense. That shouldn’t be humanly possible but Ronaldo makes it look as simple as pressing a button on a video game controller. Not only has he put his side in front in an important match but he’s set another record by scoring his 367th career goal.
Cristiano Ronaldo sets the scoring record in Europe's top five leagues with his 367th career goal, breaking the mark of Jimmy Greaves.— Paul Carr (@PCarrESPN) May 17, 2017
Just simply incredible. If there’s a record out there, Ronaldo is coming for it. He may not retire until his name is beside every record in the book. And at this rate, he may only need a few more years to accomplish that.