Cristiano Ronaldo breaks all-time FIFA record after scoring his 806th career goal

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Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates after scoring a hat trick against Tottenham at Old Trafford.

Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 806th career goal in Old Trafford on Saturday, breaking FIFA’s all-time record for most goals in competitive matches in men’s football history.

It was the second of three goals the Portuguese attacker scored during the game, leading United to a 3-2 victory over Tottenham and finishing the day with 807 total career goals. The previous FIFA goal record was held by Josef Bican, with 805 goals.

Ronaldo, 37, holds the all-time records for most Champions League goals (140) and most international goals in men’s world football (115).

After six seasons with United, he moved to Spanish La Liga giant Real Madrid, where he accumulated 450 goals in 438 games during his nine years at the club.

He returned to the Red Devils in August, after two seasons with Italian side Juventus.

United secured three points and a move into the top four of the league table. The top four teams in the English Premier League secure a Champions League berth.

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