From age 30, Ronaldo nets 400 goals as Al-Nassr win again

Al-Nassr star Cristiano Ronaldo set a new milestone of scoring 400 goals after turning 30 following his strike against Al-Khaleej on Saturday, November 5.

Ronaldo opened the scoring for his team 26 minutes after kick-off, before Aymeric Laporte added a second following the half-time break as Al-Nassr won 2-0.

The 38-year-old star, who smashed a spectacular long-range volley into the bottom corner, added another feather to his cap with the strike as it was his 400th since turning 30.

A bulk of those goals have obviously come with Real Madrid, for whom he scored more than 140 since February 2015, when he turned 30. Another 101 came with Juventus.

Ronaldo bagged 27 more goals during his second term with Manchester United and 35 with Al-Nassr thus far. With Portugal’s national team, the prolific forward has scored a staggering 75 since his 30th birthday, another astonishing feat.

He later took to X to celebrate his side’s win, putting up four photos of himself doing the iconic ‘Siuuu’ celebration as well as one with the team in a huddle. The caption along with the post read:

“Solid win [flexed biceps emoji] We keep the pressure on! @AlNassrFC_EN [yellow heart emoji][blue heart emoji]”