NEWS | 04/07/2015 | Antonio M. Leal61 of those were scored with Real Madrid and 5 with his national team.
His tally for Real Madrid during the 2014/15 campaign was achieved with 48 goals in La Liga, 10 in the Champions League, 2 in the European Super Cup and 1 in the Copa del Rey. Additionally, he is now the second all-time highest scorer in Real Madrid's history with 314 goals to his name, only trailing behind Raúl (323).
Combining his appearances with Real Madrid and the Portuguese national team, Ronaldo scored three or more goals in nine games last season. His most standout performance was in a league fixture against Granada, when he hit the mark five times.