Ten Hag and Frank Lampard pay tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo for his 700th goal

Manchester United’s star player Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player in football history to score 700 goals at the club level. Erik ten Hag and Frank Lampard pay tribute to Cristiano on his spectacular achievement.

Ronaldo, who is 37 years old, reached this landmark in 20 years in Manchester United’s win over Everton at Goodison Park.

Ronaldo is also the leading goalscorer in the Champions League as well as in international men’s football. On Ronaldo’s phenomenal achievement, both managers praised him.

Eric Ten Hag, Manchester United’s coach, said that is impressive, and to score 700 goals is a huge performance. He said I was happy for him, and I congratulated him on that performance. 

Moreover, Ten Hag said I am also happy as it’s his first goal this season in the Premier League, and he had to wait for it, and I am sure there will be more goals.

Frank Lampard, Everton’s coach, said about Ronaldo’s achievement that It is outstanding, and he is one of the greatest players to have graced the game, and in an era when we have had him and Messi.

Lampard said the comparisons between them do not matter, and they are both incredible players in football history. He said the numbers they have racked up are abnormal numbers that have become normal.

Moreover, Lampard said when he was on 699, I wanted him to score in the Europa League the other night, but in the cold light of day, you have to give him credit. It is amazing, he said.

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