Cristiano Ronaldo reaches 200 goals for Real Madrid with Malaga strike

The Portuguese missed a penalty in the Liga match at home to Malaga on Wednesday, but netted soon afterwards to bring up a double century of strikes at the Spanish side.
Cristiano Ronaldo has made it 200 goals for Real Madrid after netting in the Primera Division clash at home to Malaga on Wednesday night.

The Portuguese forward saw a penalty saved by Willy Caballero after 22 minutes, but made amends shortly afterwards as he blasted past the Argentine goalkeeper following a short pass from Xabi Alonso.

Ronaldo reached the landmark in just 197 games for the Spanish side and has now scored 54 goals in 53 games this season at club level.


Raul Gonzalez 1994-2010 323
Alfredo Di Stefano 1953-1964 308
Santillana 1971-1988 290
Ferenc Puskas 1958-1966 242
Hugo Sanchez 1985-1992 208
Cristiano Ronaldo 2009- 200
Francisco Gento 1953-1971 182
Pirri 1964-1980 172
Emilio Butragueno 1984-1995 171
1962-1976 155

With 200 goals, Ronaldo is sixth in the list of the club's all-time top scorers, eight behind legendary Mexico striker Hugo Sanchez.

Madrid, meanwhile, needs to beat Malaga to stop Barcelona from claiming La Liga on Wednesday night.