Cristiano Ronaldo at 36: 8 amazing facts you may not know about the Juventus star

Cristiano Ronaldo at 36: 8 amazing facts you may not know about the Juventus star

- Cristiano Ronaldo is a Portuguese footballer currently playing for Juventus

- The talented footballer turned 36 on Friday, February 5, and he is being celebrated

- Ronaldo has so far won five Ballon d'Or awards in his football career

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Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo on Friday, February 5, turned 36 and the world's football fraternities are celebrating the Juventus superstar because of his superb performances on the pitch.

There is no doubt about the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo has recorded his name in gold as far as football is concerned as no where in the world where his name is not known or heard.

Gone are the days when the Juventus star used to play football on the streets of Portugal, but today, Cristiano Ronaldo is a proud winner of five Ballon d'Or and still in the race to win more.

Cristiano Ronaldo actually started his football career at Sporting Lisbon where he was impressive before moving to Manchester United in 2003.

At Old Trafford, the father of four children won the Champions League title paying 196 games with 84 goals for the Red Devils before he moved to Real Madrid in 2009.

Ronaldo recorded huge successes at the Bernabeu scoring 311 goals in 292 games before he joined Juventus in 2018.

According to the analysis by Sportskeeda, we take a look at some incredible facts about Cristiano Ronaldo.

1. Cristiano Ronaldo has no tattoo on his body

2. Cristiano Ronaldo doesn’t drink, smoke, and regularly donates blood

3. You can learn about the Sociology behind Cristiano Ronaldo at the University of British Columbia in Canada.

4. Cristiano Ronaldo has a big museum in Madeira, Portugal

5. Cristiano Ronaldo required medical treatment at 15 in order to play football

6. Ronaldo has the most Champions League goals, free-kicks, penalties, headers and assists

7. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored more goals than anyone in the history of football

8. Cristiano Ronaldo remains Real Madrid's highest goalscorer in history

Cristiano Ronaldo in action for Juventus.
Cristiano Ronaldo turns 36 as world's football fraternities celebrate the soccer legend. Photo by Marco Canoniero
Source: UGC

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