Ronaldo Nazario was once the most effective striker in the whole world. The Brazilian forward was formed at Sao Cristoval and in Brazil also played for Cruzeiro and Corinthians. But his big time was at Europe, where he played since 1994 to 2008 in teams such as FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter, AC Milan and PSV Eindhoven.
During all those years at Europe, he made some all-time records that are still remaining nowadays, despite almost 15 years have passed. During this week something tremendous occurred to Ronaldo, that saw how some of his best marks in history were overcome but other players.
The first one was beaten by Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored two goals in the victory of Juventus against Udinese and did not only surpass the historical record from Pele. CR7 has also achieved to score 40 goals in his first 50 Serie A games and that was a record that Ronaldo had so far, by scoring 38.
The other one was the one broken by Romelu Lukaku, the Belgian striker who scored a goal in the victory 6-2 of Inter against Crotone. In this way, Lukaku needed 70 matches to score his first 50 goals for Inter, breaking the mark that Ronaldo had so far, by needing 77 games to score that number of goals.