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Remembering Cristiano Ronaldo's First Ever Goal Of His Career After Becoming All-Time Leading Goalscorer

Remembering Cristiano Ronaldo's First Ever Goal Of His Career After Becoming All-Time Leading Goalscorer

Cristiano Ronaldo was destined for superstardom at an early age and he showed off his ability when he was just 17-years-old, opening his professional goal account in stunning style.

Ronaldo scored the 760th goal of his glittering career in Juventus' 2-0 win over Napoli on Wednesday, surpassing Josef Bican for the most goals scored for club and country in football history.

His quest for greatness started 19 years ago while plying his trade for Sporting CP where he made a name for himself as a dribbling phenom.

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And he put that on show as he scored his first goal of his career.

A then teenage Ronaldo got on the ball and produced a moment of magic for his boyhood club.

He drove with purpose, performing his now signature step overs before slotting home in a superb sequence to score his first professional goal.

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Ronaldo wheeled away in delight, celebrating with his teammates in front of the home supporters.

An incredible moment for Ronaldo who has since bagged an astonishing 759 goals in his career.

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After a short spell at Sporting CP, Manchester United came calling and snapped up the Portuguese starlet who rose to prominence at Old Trafford.

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He produced heroics in England, helping them win three Premier League titles and the prestigious Champions League in 2008.

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The 35-year-old is still going strong and showing no signs of slowing down after guiding Juventus to yet more silverware.

Speaking after his record-breaking feat, he tweeted: "Very happy with my 4th title in Italy... We are back!

"This is the Juve we love, this is the team we trust and this is the spirit that will lead to the wins we want! Well done, guys! Fino Alla Fine!"

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How many more goals will Ronaldo score before he walks away from the game? 100? 150? More?

Let us know what you think.

Featured Image Credit: PA/YouTube

Topics: Football News, Football, Manchester United, Sporting CP, Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo, Real Madrid

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