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Ronaldo Sets New Scoring Record

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After setting a new record for goals scored in a Saudi Pro League season, Cristiano Ronaldo said, “I don’t follow the records, the records follow me.” The Portugal forward, aged 39, scored twice in Al-Nassr’s 4-2 win against Al-Ittihad, bringing his total to 35 goals. This surpassed Abderrazak Hamdallah’s mark of 34 in 2018-19, although the Morocco striker achieved his tally with four fewer matches played. Ronaldo has scored 64 goals in 69 games for Al-Nassr across all competitions since joining on a free transfer in January 2023, following his departure from Manchester United.

Al-Nassr’s victory secured them a second-place finish in the league table for the second consecutive season, trailing champions Al-Hilal by 14 points but leading third-placed Al-Ahli by 17 points. Ronaldo’s illustrious 22-year career, which includes stints with Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Juventus, has seen him accumulate a total of 765 goals. He also holds the men’s record for international goals, having scored 128 goals in 206 appearances for Portugal.

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