Cristiano Ronaldo beats Lionel Messi to impressive career record

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The result saw Juve climb back to fourth in the table, and also ensured that former the Manchester United and Real Madrid star became the first-ever player to feature in 400 victories across Europe's top five leagues since 2000.

Ronaldo beat long-time rival Messi (365) and Juve teammate Gianluigi Buffon (350) to reach the milestone, which takes into consideration matches from across the Premier League, LaLiga, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1.

1. Manchester City – €1.063bn / R20.1bn
1. Manchester City – €1.063bn / R20.1bn
2. Paris Saint-Germain – €888m / R17.2bn
2. Paris Saint-Germain – €888m / R17.2bn
3. Manchester United – €844m / R16.3bn
3. Manchester United – €844m / R16.3bn
7. Liverpool – €666m / R12.9bn
7. Liverpool – €666m / R12.9bn
10. Everton – €504m / R9.7bn
10. Everton – €504m / R9.7bn
5. Chelsea – €763m / R14.8bn
5. Chelsea – €763m / R14.8bn
9. Arsenal – €590m / R11.4bn
9. Arsenal – €590m / R11.4bn
8. Juventus – €594m / R11.5bn
8. Juventus – €594m / R11.5bn
4. FC Barcelona – €826m / R16.3bn
4. FC Barcelona – €826m / R16.3bn
6. Real Madrid – €708m / R13.7bn
6. Real Madrid – €708m / R13.7bn