Juventus football star, Cristiano Ronaldo defeated his all-time record rival, Lionel Messi of FC Barcelona by becoming the all-time highest goalscorer in football history.
Newspot understands that the 35-year-old Portuguese striker netted his 760th-career goal on Wednesday night for Juventus in their 2 – 0 victory against Napoli to win the 2020 Supercoppa Italiana.
The game saw Ronaldo making his 1,040 games appearance as a professional footballer. A 64 minutes goal from the Portuguese striker and a 90+5 (extra) minutes finish from Spanish footballer, Alvaro Morata sealed a victory for Juve last night.
Newspot understands that Ronaldo’s new record set him above Josef Bican – with the Austrian-Czech striker scoring 759 goals between 1931 and 1955.
Meanwhile, Chelsea football club manager, Frank Lampard, is at the verge of vacating Stamford Bridge as the club owner, Roman Abramovich listed out five possible managers to replace the former blues, Newspot reports.