Friday, 14 April 2017

AMAZING STAT BREAKDOWN. THIS IS HOW CRISTIANO RONALDO REACH HIS 100 EUROPEAN GOALS.


Cristiano Ronaldo's 100 European Goal Scored In Full Details.


Cristiano Ronaldo on Wednesday Night April 12th 2017 became the first Player to reach a Europan Century after scoring twice in Alienz Arena which helped put Real Madrid on course for a place in the last four of the ongoing champions league campaign.

The 99th and 100th European goals of his career came 4,264 days after his first ever European goal which arrived for Manchester United in a 3-0 qualifying round victory against Derbrecen in 2005.
Surprisingly just 16 of his European goals came in Manchester United prior to his move to Real Madrid in 2009.

 Ronaldo failed to score in his first 13 champions League games for the Red Devils before finally scoring against Derecen. It then took another two years for his next, which came as he scored twice in a 7-1 group stage victory  over AS Roma in 2007, but from that point on he has been almost unstopable from scoring goals.
Thirteen more goals followed for Manchester United  including against Chelsea in the 2008 Champions League final match in Moscow which saw him lift his first Champions League trophy before his move to join the Spanish giant Real Madrid, with 41 goals so far at the Santiago Bernabeu during his eight years in the Spanish club side.


BELOW ARE THE BREAKDOWN OF HOW RONALDO'S 100 EUROPEAN GOALS ARRIVED.
 
VENUE

Home: 49

Away: 47

Neutral: 4


METHOD

Left Foot: 16

Right Foot: 69

Header: 15


POSITION

Inide the box: 83 Including (11 Penalty)

Outside the box: 17 including (12 Free-kick)


TIME

0-15min: 13

16-30min: 22

31-45min: 12

46-60min: 17

61-75min: 16

76-90min: 19

90+(ET): 1


COMPETITION

Champions League: 97

Super Cup: 2

Champions League Qualifying: 1


CLUBS

Manchester United: 16

Real Madrid: 84


BY COUNTRY

Spain: 41

England: 13

Germany: 10

Holland: 5

Turkey: 5

France: 4

Italy: 4

Ukraine: 4

Portugal: 3

Switzerland: 3

Sweden: 2

Russia: 2

Wales: 2

Bulgaria: 1

Denmark: 1


AGAINST


7: Schalke, Ajax

6: Malmo, Galatasaray, Bayern Munich

5: Roma, Juventus, Shakhtar Donetsk

4: Dortmund, Marseille, Lyon

3: Dynamo Kiev, Sporting Lisbon, CSKA Moscow, Copenhagen, Wolfsburg

2: Sevilla, AC Milan, Arsenal, Zurich, Tottenham, APOEL Nicosia, Manchester United, Basel, Ludogorets

1: Debrecen, Chelsea, Inter, Porto, Auxerre, Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, Liverpool 





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