Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo becomes highest scorer of all time with 760 goals

The Juventus striker got the first goal in the Italian Super Cup against Napoly (which finished 2-0) to become the most prolific scorer of all time.

Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring for Juventus in their Italian Super Cup win over Napoli and went to the top of the all-time scoring charts with 760 goals in competitive matches.

Ronaldo goes ahead of Bican

The Portuguese superstar's goal took him past Austria-Czech legend Josef Bican, who notched 759 goals.

Pele and Romario both claim to have scored more than 1,000 career goals, but their official stats have them on 757 for Pele and 745 for Romario.

What there's no doubt about is that Cristiano Ronaldo is ahead of Leo Messi, who is on 719.

Ronaldo's goals by team:

Real Madrid: 450

Manchester United:118

Portugal: 102

Juventus: 85

Sporting Lisbon: 5