Cristiano Ronaldo's football career can be matched by very few in the history of the sport.
His incredible scoring record, dribbling ability and physical attributes have helped him to win almost every trophy for both club and country.
Starting his professional career at Sporting Lisbon, Ronaldo has played for Manchester United, Real Madrid, Juventus, and now finds himself at Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia.
The Sporting News looks at what the Portugal international has achieved throughout his legendary career so far.
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Ronaldo has managed to win at least one trophy with each of the four clubs he played for before moving to Saudi Arabia.
During his first spell with Manchester United, he was part of the team that won three consecutive Premier League titles. He took this one step further at Real Madrid, winning three straight Champions League titles under Zinedine Zidane.
The 38-year-old has also won two continental trophies with Portugal, along with a win at youth level too, but he has not managed to win the World Cup unlike his long-time rival Lionel Messi.
He led his newest club Al Nassr to the Arab Club Champions Cup to begin the 2023/24 season, proving he can still factor into a title-winning effort.
As you can see from the table above, Ronaldo has had his fair share of success in the Champions League. In 2008, the forward secured his first UCL title after Man United beat Chelsea on penalties. Ronaldo scored for his side as the match finished 1-1 after extra time, although he missed in the shootout.
Ronaldo holds multiple records in the competition. He has scored the most goals (140), most goals in a single season (17, 2013/14), most goals in the knockout stages (67), most final winsRead on sportingnews.com