A closer look at Cristiano Ronaldo's 400 goals for Real Madrid
Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 400th goal for Real Madrid on Sunday when he put back a rebound from James Rodriguez in the 23rd minute of a 4-1 victory over Sevilla.
The first of two goals Ronaldo scored on the day, it became the latest milestone for the Portuguese forward, who last month became the first player to reach 100 goals in the UEFA Champions League.
There has been an ongoing discrepancy with regards to Ronaldo's goal total. The club celebrated the 32-year-old reaching the 400-goal mark in a victory over Atletico Madrid in the first leg of the Champions League semifinal on May 2, but they consider a free kick taken by Ronaldo and deflected into the net by Pepe in a game against Real Sociedad on Sept. 18, 2010 to have been scored by Ronaldo.
Ronaldo, who passed Raul for the most goals with Real Madrid in October 2015, has appeared in 391 games for the club since his transfer from Manchester United in 2009, giving him an average of 1.03 goals per game for the Blancos.
He has now scored 282 of his 401 goals for Real Madrid in La Liga, with another 88 scored in the Champions League, 22 in the Copa del Rey, four in the FIFA Club World Cup, three in the Spanish Super Cup and two in the UEFA Super Cup.
His 25 goals in 17 games against Sevilla are also more than he has scored against any other Spanish opponent. He has scored 21 goals in 29 games against local rivals Atletico Madrid, 20 goals in 12 games against Getafe and 16 goals in 16 games against Barcelona.
Ronaldo, a four-time winner of both the Ballon d'Or and the European Golden Shoe, has also scored 118 goals with Manchester United, 71 goals with Portugal and five goals with Sporting Lisbon.
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