Ronaldo’s records and numbers in Spain during his nine year spell with Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid records and numbers across his nine years stint in Spain.
Starting his playing career with Sporting CP, Ronaldo joined Manchester United as a teenager. At United the Portuguese won three Premier League title and the 2008 Champions League.
After making all the headlines in England and Europe at large, Ronaldo signed for Real Madrid in 2009. A world record fee then, the Los Blancos activated his release clause of £80 million.
In Spain, Ronaldo slotted in perfectly at Madrid. The presence of Lionel Messi in La Liga even brought out the best in the Portuguese super star.
Ronaldo enjoyed nine seasons in Spain with the Galaticos, winning some significant honours. During his first spell he scored 33 times in 35 outings. He further grabbed 53 goals in 54 appearances. In his third, Ronaldo netted 60 times in 55 games.
Between 2012/13 and 2015/16, the ex Manchester United man found the back of the net more than 50 in each seasons.
And in his final two seasons with Real Madrid, he struck 42 and 44 goals in 46 and 44 games respectively.
He is considered as the greatest player ever to play at Real Madrid according to records.
The Portugal international greatly inspired Real Madrid to an unprecedented three successive Champions League titles from 2016 to 2018.
In total, Cristiano Ronaldo scored a whooping 450 goals in 438 games for Real Madrid. In addition, he provided 131 assists and winning 16 trophies in Spain.