Ronaldo Scores His 850th Career Goals While Jude Bellingham Is 5 Goals In 4 Games For Madrid

Cristiano Ronaldo achieved a significant milestone in his career as his Al-Nassr team demolished Al Hazem on a Saturday evening and Ronaldo reaching his 850th career goals.

As it stands now Cristiano Ronaldo needs just 150 goals more to reach 1000 career goals.

The 38-year-old appears to have rekindled his spark since the beginning of the 2023-24 season, in a smoking form netting six goals and providing four assists in just four matches.

Ronaldo found the target for the third consecutive game in the Saudi Pro League as the Knights of Najd triumphed 5-1 over Al Hazem, Sportstar reports.

He played a pivotal role in the opening goal, assisting Abdulrahman Ghareeb after 33 minutes. He repeated this feat by setting up Otavio as Al-Nassr reestablished their two-goal lead after Al Hazem briefly pulled one back through Mohamed Badamosi.

A footsteps England born Jude Bellingham is said to be currently following closely, the midfielder had already won over Madrid’s faithful with four goals in three away wins to start the season after joining the club this summer.

But on Saturday the 20-year-old Bellingham was gifted a fumbled save by Getafe’s goalkeeper right in front of the goal, allowing him to tap home a stoppage-time winner and save the hosts from a stumble in their home debut at a newly renovated Santiago Bernabeu Stadium.

Bellingham said the celebration by Madrid’s supporters, which included singing The Beatles classic “Hey Jude,” made him tremble with emotion.

“That is the loudest moment I have been in at a stadium and happily it was after my goal,” Bellingham said. “I can’t believe it to be honest. When they were singing ‘Hey Jude,’ I just wanted to turn and listen – my legs were shaking.

“I know that I was brought in for these kinds of moments, and I’ve just got to keep doing it and making sure the fans go home happy.”

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