Cristiano Ronaldo, Ronald Koeman, Frank Lampard named in list of highest-scoring player of all-time in every position

Cristiano Ronaldo, Ronald Koeman, Frank Lampard named in list of highest-scoring player of all-time in every position

– Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal against Sassuolo has leveled him up with Josef Biscan in the all-time chart

– The Portuguese legend has been named in the all-time scorer in every position

– Ronald Koeman, Frank Lampard are among the legends who have made this unique list

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Cristiano Ronaldo has equalled Josef Biscan’s record of the highest goal scorer ever in the game of football as now he is on the verge of breaking the record.

Ronaldo got a late goal in the 3-1 win over Sassuolo on Sunday night, January 11 to take his goals tally to 759, same with what Biscan had during his remarkable career.

The goal did not come that easy as the 35-year-old laboured in the 92nd minute to score Juve’s third to put the game beyond the reach of Sassuolo.

And using data from The Sun, top outlet GiveMeSport was able to identify the sport’s most lethal player in history from every broad position ranging from centre-forwards to goalkeepers.

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Below is the list

Goalkeeper – Rogerio Ceni (131 goals)

Centre-back – Ronald Koeman (253 goals)

Right-back – Graham Alexander (107 goals)

Left-back – Paul Breitner (113 goals)

Right/central midfielder – Frank Lampard (274 goals)

Left-midfield – John Wark (223 goals)

Winger – Cristiano Ronaldo (759 goals)

Striker – Josef Bican (759 goals)

Cristiano Ronaldo: Portuguese star named in highest-scoring player of all time in every position

Cristiano Ronaldo has equaled Josef Biscan’s record.
Photo: David Ramos
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On the other hand, Lionel Messi has continued his remarkable goalscoring form in his 17th season playing for Barcelona.

The 33-year- old scored a brace La Blaugrana’s 3-2 win over Athletic Bilbao in La Liga making the 17th consecutive year he found the back of the next.

Messi recently broke Pele’s record as the only play to have scored more goals for one club when he struck against Real Valladolid, making it 644 goals.

The Argentine star broke into the limelight with 2004-05 season and has gone on to score many goals and won several titles at Camp Nou.

Juventus star Ronaldo is now tied for most official goals in football history

Meanwhile, earlier reported that Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has already started the New Year on a bright note after emerging as the world’s most valuable player according to CIES Football Observatory’s latest review.

The Red Devils’ attacker who has scored 14 goals and seven assists in 25 appearances across competitions so far this campaign has been valued at a staggering £150 million.

His stock rose following his contributions in terms of goals for the Old Trafford side as they are currently joint top table toppers with Liverpool on the Premier League table.

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