Cristiano Ronaldo overtakes Pelé in the all-time goalscoring chart

Football club Juventus superstar and Portugal football team captain Cristiano Ronaldo has surpassed former Brazilian captain and legendary footballer Pelé in the all-time goalscoring chart. Ronaldo, 35, matched Pelé in the first half against Udinese on Sunday and then scored another goal in the second half to leave Pelé behind.

Ronaldo now has a total of 758 goals, while Pelé has 757 goals. Bickan is the only footballer with more goals than Ronaldo. Bickan scored a total of 805 goals in 530 matches between 1931 and 1955. Fans are congratulating Ronaldo on social media after this great achievement. Ronaldo touched the 700-goal mark last year.

Juventus star striker Cristiano Ronaldo continues to perform well. Ronaldo's team won the match by scoring 2 goals against Inter Milan in the crucial match of the Italian Cup football tournament. Two goals from superstar striker Cristiano Ronaldo helped Juventus beat Inter Milan 2–1 in the first league of the semifinal of the Italian Cup football tournament.

Ronaldo equalized for his team by scoring a penalty and then taking the advantage of Inter Milan's defense to score a decisive goal and put his team in a better position before the second leg. Inter Milan took an early lead with a goal from Lotaro Martinez. The second semi-final will be played between Napoli and Atlanta. The second phase will be next week. The final will be played on 19 May.

Inter beat Juventus 2–0 in the Serie-A League last week. In the ninth minute Martinez scored a goal on the cross of Niccol Barela, everything seemed favorable to him. But Ashley Young's mistake gave Juventus a penalty in the 26th minute and Ronaldo made no mistake in scoring an equalizer. Nine minutes later, Ronaldo scored the second goal, taking advantage of Inter defender Alessandro Bastoni and Sameer Hendanovic.