As per the IFFHS, Ronaldo was named the third-most productive goalscorer when his objectives for Portugal were taken out.
That implies the five-time Ballon d’Or champ is 28 objectives timid from equalling the top goalscorer.
IFFHS named Brazilian legend Romario top of the heap, saying that the previous PSV Eindhoven star scored 689 objectives.
Falling five objectives short of Romario is Pele, with the IFFHS asserting that the Santos legend has a 684-objective take in his possession.
Bican completed fourth with 656 objectives and Barcelona hotshot Lionel Messi positioned fifth with 651 objectives
Morgan called the Portugal chief a “preeminent competitor and incredible contender,” adding that “Cristiano is the best genuine footballer to actually bind his boots.”