Ronaldo missed a penalty amid Juventus’ success over Chievo on Monday night. So where does that place him in the penalty stakes nearby Lionel Messi?
That miss was Ronaldo’s 25th out of the 139 he has taken amid his vocation – including penalty shootouts.
Lionel Messi has missed a similar number, yet has just taken 108.
That gives Ronaldo a triumph rate of 82.01 percent.
Messi, who has scored 83 of his 108, brags a triumph rate 76.85 percent.
Messi’s most exceedingly awful penalty proportion is for Argentina, just scoring 11 from 16 – giving him a proportion of 75 percent.
Ronaldo has likewise battled universally with seven goals from 11 penalties – giving him a 83.73 percent record.
Messi missed a penalty at the 2018 World Cup in Russia against Iceland.
Ronaldo missed against Austria at Euro 2016 and furthermore neglected to score against Chelsea in the 2008 Champions League last for Manchester United.
As far as normal goals, both Ronaldo and Messi are pursuing down Pele’s record of residential strikes.
Messi has an aggregate of 577 goals in 661 appearances for his cherished Barcelona, in the wake of making his presentation in 2004.
Pele, who played for Santos somewhere in the range of 1956 and 1974, scored an aggregate of 619 goals in 638 recreations
Ronaldo, who wouldn’t lead himself out of beating Pele’s aggregate, has scored a noteworthy 589 goals in 790 diversions.