Ronaldinho, Brazil - 42 years

Ronaldinho from Brazil have had advanced positions among the top scorers in Ligue 1, Europa League, La Liga, Champions League and Serie A but never scored enough goals in any season to become the leagues number one top scorer.

Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, which is his full name, is a player who mostly played at the positions of attacking midfielder and winger. He is 42 years old today, born on 21 March 1980 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. He stopped playing professional football in 2015.

Sometimes Ronaldinho is also called Ronaldinho Gaúcho.

Ronaldinho top scorer record

League, Team Season Goals Position Age Winner/leader
 
Serie A
2009/2010 12 12 30 Antonio Di Natale
 
Champions League
2009/2010 3 18 30 Lionel Messi
 
La Liga
2006/2007 18 4 27 Ruud van Nistelrooy
 
La Liga
2005/2006 17 3 26 Samuel Eto'o
 
Champions League
2005/2006 7 2 26 Andriy Shevchenko
 
Champions League
2004/2005 4 14 25 Ruud van Nistelrooy
 
La Liga
2003/2004 14 9 24 Ronaldo
 
Europa League
2003/2004 4 9 24 Alan Shearer, Didier Drogba, Mateja Kezman and Sonny Anderson
 
Ligue 1
2001/2002 9 13 22 Djibril Cisse and Pauleta

Ronaldinho hat-tricks

Here you find 3 hat-tricks scored by Ronaldinho.

Date and league Match Goals
17 january 2010
Serie A 2009/2010
Milan - Siena
4-0
3
12', 72', 89'
27 september 2005
Champions League 2005/2006
Barcelona - Udinese
4-1
3
13', 32', 90'
15 october 2003
Europa League 2003/2004
Barcelona - MSK Púchov
8-0
3
6', 19', 56'

Information about Ronaldinho

Complete name
Ronaldo de Assis Moreira
Player positions
Attacking midfielder / Winger
Date of birth
21 March 1980
Place of birth
Porto Alegre, Brazil
Retired
2015
Height
182 cm
Source: Wikipedia

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Note that this is top scorer data we have in our database. Ronaldinho might be part of top scorer lists in other leagues we don't have here, or seasons we don't have in our database yet.