How many goals will Cristiano Ronaldo end up scoring this season?

January 14, 2008 6:26am CST
He already has 22 goals to his name, and we still have 16 league games to go along with FA Cup and Champions League games. Last year, when he finished up with 23, everybody raved about his performance but cast a doubtful finger on whether he would be able to live to the expectations again. I guess the answer has come through from Cristiano already. He has almost reached his last season's tally and we still have a fair amount of the season left. The best part is he looks set to score every time he plays for United. My bet is he'll end up with 35-37 goals. What do you all think?
5 responses
@bimal10p (1220)
• India
6 Apr 08
seeing the current form 37 goals in all competitons from 41 games he just doesn't seem to stop...i think he will score around 45 all competiton..
• Indonesia
4 Mar 08
He will scored more than 30 goals this season or maybe more, as long as He keep His performances and Fitness, no one in the EPL would beat his amount of goals..The reason is at ManU squad right now, all player are not selfish, they will back up each other and definately will make CR7 scored alot of goals this season..
@vinay049 (1879)
• India
1 Mar 08
i think he will score 40 goals
• China
29 Jan 08
its undoubtful that he will break his record of 23 goals last season!in my mind, in fact, i dont ever care about how many goals he will get but how many assistant attack he could do. i expect he could do more about teamwork insteaded of individual show.
@ameyrp (252)
• Singapore
24 Jan 08
Barring any injury or loss of form, I expect Manchester United winger Cristiano Ronaldo to be able to score at least 35 goals this season. He is in a form of his life, more matured and most importantly gel with Carlos Tevez and Wayne Rooney in Manchester United fearsome attack. His task in taking the team penalties and free kicks will surely makes it easier for him to reach 30 goals milestone. Not since Ruud van Nilsterooy that United posses a 30-goals a season player. Even more impressive considering that the Portuguese wizard is only a winger and not a natural striker like van Nilsterooy.