I'll do it again - Cristiano Ronaldo vows to keep scoring after 54-goal year

The man of the moment, Cristiano Ronaldo. (Photo Credit: Al Nassr/x)


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I'll do it again - Cristiano Ronaldo vows to keep scoring after 54-goal year

Izuchukwu Akawor 09:51 - 31.12.2023

Al Nassr's Cristiano Ronaldo has vowed to keep scoring after a remarkable 2023 season for club and country.

Fresh off scoring a record 54 goals in 2023, Al Nassr superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has declared he has no intentions of slowing down in front of goal.

Pulse Sports Nigeria can report that the Portuguese legend stated this in a EuroFoot video where he discussed his historic goal-scoring feats after finishing the year as the top scorer across the world.

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As reported by Pulse Sports, the 38-year-old saw off competition from Harry Kane, Kylian Mbappe, and Erling Haaland to finish as the top scorer for 2023.

"I will continue,” Ronald stated in the video posted on X.com. “I feel good. I feel happy. Next year I'll try and do it again," he added.

Cristiano Ronaldo netted 54 goals in 2023.
Cristiano Ronaldo netted 54 goals in 2023. (Photo Credit: Al Nassr/X)

At his age, Ronaldo continues to defy expectations and critics who question whether he can still perform at the highest level. 

Ronaldo scored 20 goals and assisted nine more in the Saudi Pro League for his new club Al Nassr after making a shock move to Saudi Arabia in January following a messy departure from Manchester United.

Cristiano Ronaldo is not slowing down soon. (Photo Credit: Blaise/X)

Combined with 10 goals for Portugal in 2023, Ronaldo's overall tally of 54 goals sees him finish as the ultimate goal machine for the calendar year. 

The five-time Ballon d'Or winner also praised the growth of the Saudi Pro League, stating that nobody believed the league would grow the way it has. 

With the Pro League set for a long break, Ronaldo will strive to replicate his scoring exploits when Al Nassr returns to the pitch in February 2024 and continue building his case as perhaps the greatest goal scorer football has ever seen.

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