That rate was considerably higher with Real Madrid (85min 11s per goal – 107 goals in 9,115 minutes) than it was with Sporting and Manchester United (290min 30s per goal – 16 goals in 4,648 minutes).
Since moving to Juventus that rate has dipped a little: eight goals in 1,370 minutes – one every 171 minutes and 15 seconds.
Ronaldo has played against 54 teams in UEFA club competition, scoring against 35.
As a Madrid player, he faced 32 sides in Europe, with only four stopping him from finding the back of the net: Barcelona, Dinamo Zagreb, Legia Warszawa and Napoli. Ronaldo has scored more UEFA club competition goals (ten) against Juventus, the club he joined in summer 2018, than any other side. Barcelona have proved the toughest European nut to crack for Ronaldo: he has yet to score in 450 minutes against them in UEFA competition – 270 with United and 180 with Real Madrid.
The opponents he has found it easiest to score against are Swedish outfit Malmö, with his six goals across 180 UEFA Champions League minutes.
Of Europe’s big five footballing nations, Ronaldo has found German club defences most porous, averaging over a goal a game – 28 strikes in 26 matches.