Cristiano Ronaldo has added another trophy to his collection in the wake of winning the IFFHS world’s best goalscorer for 2016.
The IFFHS (International Federation of Football History and Statistics) displayed the trophy to the Real Madrid forward for his splendid goalscoring record over the year.
Ronaldo’s goals for both club football and international are included to get the player’s general count which is then perceived by the IFFHS.
This is the third time the ex-Manchester United player has won the honor, the only individual to have accomplished the accomplishment.
Lionel Messi and Edinson Cavani were both in the rushing to get the honor after both the Argentinian and Uruguayan had stellar years for both club and nation.
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The IFFHS was established in Leipzig, Germany in 1984 and gives out honors for the world’s best playmaker and best club mentor, and the sky is the limit from there.
Despite the fact that Zinedine Zidane’s side has been experiencing a tough situation starting late, the honors continue coming in for Ronaldo who was likewise named FIFA’s The Best men’s player for 2017 a week ago.
Ronaldo, who is additionally Real’s record goalscorer, has likewise been assigned during the current year’s Ballon d’Or with Lionel Messi and Tottenham’s Harry Kane additionally influencing the 30-to man waitlist.