The clubs Cristiano Ronaldo scored the most goals against
Arguably the greatest goalscorer in football history, Cristiano Ronaldo is without doubt one of the best to have played the game.
During his years at Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus, the Portuguese legend has accumulated more than 650 career club goals and won every major trophy available to him at club level.
Of the 158 teams he has played against in his career, Ronaldo has scored against 117 and made it almost a given against some teams.
Here we Watch his top 30 favorite opponents throughout his competitive club career.
Ronaldo is the all-time top scorer in Real Madrid and Champions League history, and added to those double numbers when he faced Borussia Dortmund.
Ronaldo scored 44 incredible hat tricks for Real Madrid during his time at the club, but the first he ever scored came against Real Mallorca in 2010.
Ronaldo has won six of his seven matches against Zaragoza for Real Madrid and managed a hat-trick in 2011.
Another team against which Ronaldo suffered a defeat, the Portuguese machine scored three times against them in the 2014/15 season, including a free kick.
Ronaldo scored a superb solo goal against Almeria in 2010 in his debut season with Los Blancos, the first of seven in seven games.
Ronaldo has always loved a strike against Wigan and scored a record 31st league goal as Manchester United won the Premier League in 2008, just days before scoring in the Champions League final in Moscow.
Another Champions League opponent fell at Cristiano’s feet. Ronaldo scored this screamer en route to Real Madrid’s Champions League triumph in 2017.
Seven goals in three games is an absurd record for anyone, but even for Ronaldo. He scored four goals in a 5-1 win in 2014 to improve his stats, but scored in every game he played against Elche.
Ronaldo’s record against Roma was impressive even before joining Serie A, scoring twice in United’s 7-1 win in 2007 before a header in 2008 as well.
Ronaldo has always shown up against Aston Villa, but no opportunity was more important than his two goals to help the Reds come back from behind on their way to a classic victory and another Premier League title.
A heavyweight clash, it doesn’t matter who Ronaldo was playing for at the time, but he delivered more often than not. Bavarian fans most remember his hat-trick in the quarter-finals as Madrid clinched number two in their treble in Europe.
Another opponent, another hat-trick for CR7. Ronaldo scored a hat-trick at the then-named Amsterdam ArenA in the 2012 Champions League group stages. He also scored in his two games against them for Juventus, but was on the losing side of the knockout game. .
Most of Ronaldo’s games against Spurs took place before he became the scorer phenomenon he has become, but that hasn’t stopped him from setting an impressive record against North Londoners. This includes a brace as the Red Devils went from 2-0 at halftime to win 5-2 in 2009.
Before joining the Turin giants, Ronaldo’s record against Juventus was exceptional. In addition to the two goals he scored in the 2017 Champions League final against them, he arguably scored his best goal in history the following year in the quarter-finals.
Osasuna has often fallen victim to Ronaldo’s relentless pursuit of a golden boot, as he scored in seven separate matches against them. This strike in 2014 was the choice of the group.
Another record of more goals than games against, but this one is heavily boosted by a five-goal comeback in 2015 in a 9-1 win.
It’s not often that a team can score ten goals in a game, but what is even less likely is that this will happen and Ronaldo only scores two. This happened in 2016 but didn’t stop CR7 from getting 12 in nine appearances against Rayo.
After four scoreless games against Villarreal for Manchester United, Ronaldo caught up with him by putting them to the sword in La Liga. That includes that perfect hat-trick in a comeback victory in 2011.
Ronaldo has always loved playing against Deportivo. He has scored in six separate matches against them, including two trebles.
The team against which Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 324th goal for Real Madrid, making him the all-time top scorer in club history. He also had two hat tricks against them en route to score 14 times in 12 appearances.
One of the few instances where Ronaldo has an astonishing record against a team despite never having scored a hat-trick against them.
Ronaldo has only scored in seven of the 14 games he has played against Espanyol, but three of them have seen him score 11 goals.
Two hat tricks and a five-goal run in those three games help boost his numbers.
When Ronaldo played at Real Sociedad it was inevitable that he would score, and almost always more than once. In fact, CR7 scored two hat tricks and four accolades against them. Rumor has it that in San Sebastian he is called Thanos.
Ronaldo also racked up nine assists in addition to his 17 goals against Malaga.
He scored two hat tricks in his 19 appearances against the Spanish team, including this hat-trick in a 7-0 victory in 2011.
Ronaldo scored two hat tricks against Athletic Club during his time in Spain, including this one in a 5-0 victory. Some official sites don’t count Ronaldo’s third in this game, but credit Pepe for it. But Real Madrid matter, we will too.
The greatest of the big game players, Ronaldo’s record in the greatest game of all was impeccable. He scored the goal that essentially sealed his first La Liga title at Camp Nou, which also spawned his famous “calma” celebration.
Scoring 20 goals against a single opponent is ridiculous, but to do so in just 13 games is a feat that only Ronaldo can achieve. He scored his 23rd record treble (at the time) against Celta in 2014.
An absolutely unreal record as Ronaldo scored three hat tricks and five more accolades against local rivals Madrid during his tenure at the Bernabeu.
Ronaldo has always been a man of great occasion and he became the Madrid derby’s all-time top scorer during his time in Spain. But he didn’t stop terrorizing them when he went to Serie A, scoring a Champions League treble for Juventus to knock them out in 2019.
Four hat-tricks, two braces and even a four-goal stroke for Ronaldo against his favorite opponent Sevilla. Ronaldo only managed to score in three games against them, making his 27 goals even more absurd.