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Total goals scored by Ronaldo and Messi in World Cup history

Update the total goals of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in World Cup history.

Ronaldo and Messi are the two players who have dominated the global playing field for over a decade. Together, they both won 11 Golden Balls and scored nearly 1,500 goals. In particular, El Pulga is only less than CR7 once tearing the opponent’s net (724 versus 725).

At the World Cup arena, Ronaldo and Messi have participated in four times, including 2006, 2010, 2014 and 2018. Unfortunately, the Barca striker and striker who is playing for Juventus has never once joined the national team to the top of glory.

Tổng số bàn thắng của Ronaldo và Messi trong lịch sử World Cup

At his first appearance in 2006, Messi scored a goal in Argentina’s 6-0 triumph over Serbia & Montenegro. Ronaldo did the same, when “shooting” set Portugal’s 2-0 victory over Iran.

At the 2010 World Cup, El Pulga was suddenly silent, while CR7 scored 1 goal. 4 years later in Brazil, Messi exploded with 4 goals, helping Argentina to the final. Like the previous two World Cups, Ronaldo proved unfortunate when only once tore the opponent’s net.

In contrast to the 2014 World Cup, at the largest football festival on the planet 2 years ago, Ronaldo competed. The Juventus player has 4 goals, 3 of which are against Spain. Meanwhile, Messi scored only 1 goal against Nigeria.

Thus, through 4 World Cups, the superstar duo scored a total of 13 goals (Messi 6, Ronaldo 7). Of course, that number doesn’t stop when Ronaldo and Messi are expected to shine at the 2022 World Cup.

Tổng số bàn thắng của Ronaldo và Messi trong lịch sử World Cup

Statistics of matches Messi scored:

June 16, 2006: Argentina vs Serbia & Montenegro: 6-0 (1 goal)

June 15, 2014: Argentina vs Bosnia: 2-1 (1 goal)

June 21, 2014: Argentina vs Iran: 1-0 (1 goal)

June 21, 2014: Argentina vs Nigeria: 3-2 (2 goals)

June 26, 2018: Argentina vs Nigeria: 1-0 (1 goal)

Statistics of Ronaldo matches scored:

June 17, 2006: Portugal vs Iran: 2-0 (1 goal)

June 21, 2010: Portugal vs North Korea: 7-0 (1 goal)

June 26, 2014: Portugal vs Ghana: 2-1 (1 goal)

June 15, 2018: Portugal vs Spain: 3-3 (3 goals)

June 20, 2018: Portugal vs Morocco: 1-0 (1 goal)

Did Ronaldo miss any individual awards since leaving Real Madrid?

Cristiano Ronaldo has missed a lot of individual awards since leaving Real Madrid to switch to Juventus from the summer of 2018.

Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid to switch to Juventus from the summer of 2018. After that, he helped the Bianconeri successfully defend the Serie A championship and win the Italian Super Cup 2018.

The Portuguese striker himself also received the Player of the Year award in the 2018/19 season. But that is all Ronaldo receives after nearly 2 years playing in Italy.

This achievement is much worse than the time CR7 played for Real Madrid. The Portuguese striker has reaped countless individual awards, notably four Golden Balls, the most prestigious individual award.

But after Ronaldo moved to Juventus, the Golden Ball 2018 was awarded to Luka Modric, another Real Madrid player who won the Champions League and led the Croatia team to the World Cup final. Then the Golden Ball 2019 belonged to Lionel Messi. Similarly, Modric and Messi are also the two closest players to win The Best of FIFA.

In the European Player of the Year award, Ronaldo won for the last time in 2016/17 and lost in the last two seasons after parting with Real Madrid. During this time, the honor goes to Modric and Van Dijk.

Since moving to Juventus, Ronaldo has not won the European Golden Shoe, a prize he received three times with Real Madrid.

In addition, Ronaldo also had up to 6 times the top scorer in the Champions League in Real Madrid but he failed the season before Juventus stopped in the quarter-finals.

Now, Robert Lewandowski is leading both races for the European Golden Boot and the European Cup Top Scorer with a great distance from Ronaldo.

Even Ronaldo could not win in the Serie A top scorer race after Fabio Quagliarella last season. Now, the Juventus striker is also 6 goals behind Ciro Immobile this season.