Alan Shearer & Cristiano Ronaldo

Alan Shearer OBE, DL (born 13 August 1970) is a retired English footballer. Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, OIH, (born 5 February 1985), commonly known as Cristiano Ronaldo, is a Portuguese footballer who plays as a winger or striker for Spanish La Liga club Real Madrid and is the captain of the Portuguese national team. 5.0/5

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Cristiano Ronaldo is a world class footballer; no person in the world can argue about it. Whether he is better than Lionel Messi is a never-ending debate that will go on for years to come, and maybe the final few years of the Real Madrid star’s career will help us discover the answer. Ronaldo is about to turn 30 in February, but his recent stats show that the Portuguese skipper is still in the peak years of his glittering career. Ronaldo has taken the 2014/15 season by storm, with an unbelievable goal-scoring display. Even by his own lofty standards, the stats are truly extraordinary. Ronaldo has scored 15 goals in eight La Liga matches so far, while Messi has managed to score only half of that tally in the same number of appearances. The Barcelona hitman’s record is excellent, averaging almost a goal per game, but it loses its sheen when compared with Ronaldo’s otherworldly start to the campaign. Not everyone would agree, but the former Manchester United man already seems like the leading candidate ...
Luis Suarez needs just 1 goal to tie Alan Shearer & Cristiano Ronaldo for the all-time single-season PL goals record
Luis Suarez scored his 30th Premier League goal of the season at Norwich City, becoming the first Liverpool player to achieve the feat since Ian Rush in 1987. After giving Liverpool an early lead, Raheem Sterling teed up Suarez to steer home an 11th-minute shot that saw the Uruguayan register his 12th goal in his last five appearances against Norwich. Another goal from Sterling gave Liverpool a 3-2 victory that took them five points clear at the top of the league table with three matches remaining. Suarez is now one goal short of the record goal tally for a 38-game Premier League season, which is jointly held by Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The forward is likely to break Premier League records but his efforts should not overshadow the contributions made by his team-mates to create Brendan Rodgers' "collective" side ANALYSIS By Chris Davie Where would Liverpool be without Luis Suarez? It's a question the club have no need to be concerned with until the summer, at the earliest, but one most cynics have been only too eager answer as the Uruguayan edges his side closer to a first league title in 24 years. Sunderland manager Gus Poyet, whose team were narrowly beaten at Anfield earlier this month, felt Liverpool would not even be Champions League contenders, let alone title frontrunners, if it wasn’t for their leading marksman. "Without Suarez, they would probably be in mid-table," was the 46-year-old's assessment. But is Suarez really carrying the Liverpool's title push by himself? Suarez has scored 29 goals in 29 Premier League matches this season and is only two away from equalling the joint record held by Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo ...
England Posted on April 11, 2014 by john Suarez: Team before Golden Boot(PA) Luis Suarez may be chasing the Premier League’s goalscoring record but he would happily sacrifice a Golden Boot for Champions League football with the Reds. The Uruguay striker, jointly named the top flight’s player of the month for March with captain Steven Gerrard, has 29 in 28 matches – having been suspended for five league games at the start of the season. Andy Cole, in 1993-94, and Alan Shearer, in the following season, scored 34 in 40 and 42 games respectively, while the record for a 38-game Premier League campaign is 31 – achieved by Cristiano Ronaldo in 2008-09 and Shearer in 1995-96.
Revealed: Luis Suarez lets Steven Gerrard take the Liverpool FC penalties because he values team success over personal milestones. The star striker, who has bagged 29 in 28 games, is chasing the Premier League's goalscoring record, which stands at 31. Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer are in the 31-club, while Andy Cole and Shearer scored 34 in 40 and 42 games respectively when the league was bigger. Via Daily Star
Luis Suarez (Liverpool) In truth, there seems little doubt as to where the top gong will end up this season, - or at least where it should. Luis Suarez may not be everyone's cup of tea, to put it nicely, but over the course of the campaign he has shown the most flashes of brilliance, having done so on a consistent basis throughout the season. Is Suarez Liverpool's greatest No.7? With 29 goals to his name he looks set to break Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer's record of 31 in a 38-game season and may well usurp the 34 that both the latter and Andy Cole managed before the campaign was whittled down from 42 matches. The Uruguayan has both scored (15) and created (19) the most clear-cut opportunities in the league, and in leading the division in both goals and assists (11) up to now, there can be little debate that he has been the best player in England's top tier. Indeed, his 29-goal tally is better than the tallies of both Ronaldo and Lionel Messi at this stage this season, and the controversial forward ...
Liverpool FC's Luis Suarez needs just 4 goals to break Cristiano Ronaldo and Alan Shearer's Premier League record of 31 goals in a single season (38 games).
Only three Reds have scored more than 20 Premier League goals in a single season - Fowler twice, Torres once and Suarez last term. Now the SAS are set to do it in the same campaign. Suarez's hat-trick today takes his top flight tally up to 28 - which matches Robbie Fowler's Premier League record for the Reds and goes some way to threatening Alan Shearer and Andy Cole's joint record of 34. Those 34-goal hauls were in a 42-game season too, so Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo's joint record of 31 league goals in a 38-game campaign is even closer. League & LFC top scorers | Create infographics Sturridge, now on 19 strikes in the league, is also poised to fire through the 20 barrier. While Suarez is still some way off the LFC record for most goals in a single league campaign (41 for Roger Hunt when the Reds won the Second Division in 1961/62), the SAS partnership could become the most successful in Anfield history. Ian St John and Roger Hunt notched 52 goals between them in 1963/64 - Suarez and Sturridge are hot ...
The English media for football is quite similar to the Indian media for cricket. One good performance and they see their team as world beaters. One average or below average performance in the next game and they are lower than the likes of Armenia. One goal or an assist and the player is the next Alan Shearer or the next man to fulfill the prophecy that was painful left unfulfilled by Michael Owen whom I to this date believe was the chosen one for English Football but was just too tragically unlucky. 2 bad games and that same player is pulled down from the pedestal and is fed to the dogs. Several players have been victims of this hero worship trend, Joe Hart being the latest victim. When you prematurely brand a player world class he feels he's peaked and doesn't need to improve anymore. He stops striving to get better. In reality there are only 3 kinds of world class players. 1- those who truly are world class... Zidane, Ronaldo, Roberto Carlos, Ronaldinho, Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. 2- those who are abo ...
FACT! Bale is now in a elite group of 4 to win the award twice. He joins Mark Hughes, Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo & Alan Shearer.
Bale won PFA award for the 2nd time, joining Mark Hughes, Alan Shearer, Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo as only players with two wins."
Some Greatest Goal Scorers in World Football History... RONALDO: Brazilian striker Ronaldo played for some of Europe's elite clubs including Inter Milan, Real Madrid, AC Milan, Barcelona and PSV Eindhoven. Ronaldo still holds the record for most World Cup goals with 15 and is considered by some to be the best striker of all time. SHEARER: Alan Shearer made his name in England playing for Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United. The striker is still the top goalscorer in Premier League history with 260 goals. MESSI: Denis Doyle/Getty Images Barcelona striker Lionel Messi is now within five strikes of becoming the Catalan club's all time leading goalscorer. Currently on 230, Messi recently broke the record for goals in a Champions League match by scoring five in one game against Bayer Leverkusen. Messi is only 24 years of age and is being touted as the best player of all time. C.RONNALDO: Portuguese winger *** forward Cristiano Ronaldo is the current rival to Lionel Messi's title as the best player in modern ...
My all time Premier League XI: Note: Only three players from a club can make it to the starting line-up but if a player has played for more than a Premier League club, then he should be counted in the club he is currently playing for or the last Premier League club he played for. Manager: Sir Alex Ferguson Formation: 4-4-2 GK: David Seaman (Arsenal) RB: Gary Neville (Manchester United) RCB: Tony Adams (Arsenal) LCB: John Terry (Chelsea) LB: Ashley Cole (Chelsea) RM: Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) RCM: Steven Gerrard (Liverpool) LCM: Paul Scholes (Manchester United) LM: Robert Pires (Arsenal) CF: Didier Drogba (Chelsea) ST: Alan Shearer (Newcastle United) Bench: van Der Sar, Lee Dixon, Nemanja Vidic, Roy Keane, Frank Lampard, Ryan Giggs and Thierry Henry. Share your all time Premier League XI with us. -0akley
TOP 10 transfer shocks. Some of these were incredible! 1) David BeckhamReal Madrid to LA Galaxy (FT) The England midfielder left Manchester United after falling out with manager Sir Alex Ferguson in 03 & helped Real Madrid to the Spanish title during his final year at the club in 2007. 2) Didier Drogba – Chelsea to Shanghai Shenhua (FT) The Ivorian international moved to Stamford Bridge in 2004, and enjoyed eight years of success at Chelsea before running his contract down earlier this summer. 3) Cristiano Ronaldo – Manchester United to Real Madrid (£80m) The Portuguese winger completed the biggest move in football history in 2009, leaving the Red Devils after six years of unprecedented success at Old Trafford. 4) Andy CarrollNewcastle United to Liverpool (£35m) Alan Shearer told GiveMeFootball he’d be ‘amazed’ if Andy Carroll left Newcastle back in January 2011, after a season-and-a-half of top quality football for the Toon in the Championship and then Premier League. 5) Luis Figo ...
I got this fro the History page. MORE GOALS Manchester United became the first team to have scored 1 000 goals in the league after Cristiano Ronaldo scored in a 4–1 defeat of Middlesbrough in the 2005/06 season. Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool are the only other teams to have reached the 1 000-goal mark. The highest-scoring match to date in the Premier League occurred on September 29, 2007, when Portsmouth beat Reading 7–4. Five goals is the record individual scoring total for a player in a single Premier League game, and as of November 2009, only three players had achieved this feat, Andy Cole first, followed by Alan Shearer and then Jermain Defoe. Only Ryan Giggs of Manchester United has scored in all 18 Premier League seasons.   10% Off
"Cristiano Ronaldo went for £80m but Messi would smash that. I would go as far as to say he could be the best ever – maybe even now, on the basis of what he’s continually doing. What did he get last year – 49 or 50 goals? And he’s got 52 this year. He makes world-class defenders look like park players, week in, week out. And he’s 25. Scary"-Alan Shearer.
Cristiano Ronaldo is now tied for third on the list of all-time goal scorers at European Championships with six strikes, behind just Michel Platini and Alan Shearer
FACT:Cristiano Ronaldo has already scored six goals overall in European Championship finals – only Michel Platini (nine) and Alan Shearer (seven) have netted more in the competition
Cristiano Ronaldo equals Alan Shearer & Angelos Charisteas as players with most header goals (3) at European Championship [
Cristiano Ronaldo is already one of four players to have scored against a specific opponent in multiple editions (vs Netherlands in 2004, 2012). He can also do this against Czech Republic (1 goal in 2008). The other players are Alan Shearer (vs Germany 1996, 2000), Angelos Charisteas (vs Spain 2004, 2008) and Zdenek Nehoda (1976, 1980).
The answer to the question is: Andy Cole, Alan Shearer (Twice), Kevin Phillips, Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo
Team of the last 20 seasons: Peter Schmeichel, Gary Neville, Tony Adams, Rio Ferdinand, Ashley Cole, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Scholes, Roy Keane, Ryan Giggs, Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer 7 MAN U PLAYERS. ! Ryan Giggs Has been elected as the No 1 player, and Sir Alex Ferguson as the greatest manager, in the 20-season Premier League era.
so Premier League top mid/att in the last 20 years, Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Scholes, Steven Gerrard, Ryan Giggs; Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer
The other five players are Andy Cole, Alan Shearer (did it three times), Kevin Phillips, Thierry Henry and Cristiano Ronaldo.
In-form Van Persie aims for landmark goal Arsenal striker Robin Van Persie could book his place in the history books against West Bromwich Albion if he continues his prolific form this weekend. The 28-year-old has had a superb season in front of goal for the Gunners and his brace against Norwich City last weekend put him on 30 goals for the campaign. One more goal in the final fixture of the season at the Hawthorns would see the Dutchman equal the Barclays Premier League's all-time goal record in a 38-match season. Blackburn Rovers striker Alan Shearer scored 31 goals in the 1995/96 campaign while Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo matched that feat in 2007/08. Double award Van Persie, who recently won both the Professional Footballers' Association's Player of the Year and the Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year, has now equalled Thierry Henry's record, set in Arsenal's Invincibles campaign, of 30 League goals in a 38-match campaign. He is four goals ahead of Manchester United's ...
If Van Persie scores a brace against West Brom this Sunday, he will have broken the Premier League record. The record stands at 31 goals (for a 38 game season) set by Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo. Van Persie is currently on 30 goals.Come on Van Persie and Come on you Gunners!
MK Robin Van Persie. One goal away from joining Alan Shearer and Cristiano Ronaldo as the best goal scorer in a...
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