- Juventus new signing Cristiano Ronaldo along with Zlatan Ibrahimovic are the only players to have scored in every minute of a football match
- Stats revealed that both players have registered at least a goal from the first minute to the 90th
- Messi is the only player to be close to that record but the Argentine is yet to score in the first and second minutes of all the matches he has player
Five time ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic are the only stars to have scored in every minute of a football match.
The Portugal international has been superb in his career scoring 450 goals in 438 appearances for Real Madrid with 119 assists in the process.
His reign at the Santiago Bernabeu saw the Galacticos win four Champions League titles among other domestic.
He also won two La Liga titles, two Copa Del Reys and two Spain Super Cups while at the Spanish League side.
While at Manchester United, he also claimed one UCL title to become the only player to have won five European elite club title in history.
Ronaldo will start a new phase of his career at Juventus when they battle Chievio in the Italian Serie A opening game later this month.
Ibrahimovic on the other hand has also won a number of major titles for the clubs he's represented since the start of his career.
The Swede currently plays for Major League Soccer side LA Galaxy and he has already scored 15 goals in 17 appearances.
The 36-year-old has Over 400 goals to his credit in over 700 matches - winning 31 titles in the in the process.
However, according to 90mins, Barcelona superstar is the only player close to both Ronaldo and Ibrahimovic.
The Argentine forward has scored in every other minutes of a match apart from the first two minutes.
Messi has scored 510 goals in 527 matches for the Catalan club since he got promoted to the club's senior team.
He's won 27 major titles at the club with five golden shows and five ballon d'Ors due to his impressive performances all through his career.
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