Ronaldo Luís Nazário de Lima, known simply as Ronaldo, is a Brazilian player, born in Rio de Janeiro on September 18, 1976. He made his professional debut in 1993 with the Cruzerio shirt, where he immediately showed off his extraordinary skills as a striker. He arrives in Europe thanks to PSV, and then also wears the shirts of Barcelona, Inter, Real Madrid and Milan. He will return to Brazil, at Corinthians, in 2009. He has often been defined as one of the most complete strikers in history, able to combine technique, strength, agility and shooting skills. He retired from football in 2011. With the clubs, Ronaldo plays 518 games and scores 352 goals. With Brazil, on the other hand, he scores 62 goals (3rd in the all-time top scorer table) in 98 appearances.
Ronaldo Nazário wins the Golden Foot in 2006.
Appearances and goals with clubs: 518 and 352 goal;
Appearances and goals with the national team: 98 and 62 goal (3rd best scorer);
National club trophies:
1 Mineiro Championship in 1994;
1 Paulista Championship in 2009;
2 Brazilian Cup in 1993 and 2009;
1 Dutch Cup;
2 Spanish Super Cup in 1996 and 2003;
1 Spanish Cup in 1996-97;
2 Spanish Championship in 2002-03;
International trophies with clubs:
1 Cup Winners’ Cup in 1996-97;
1 UEFA Cup in 1997-98;
1 Intercontinental Cup in 2002;
With the national team:
2 FIFA World Cup in 1994 and 2002;
2 Copa America in 1997 and 1999;
1 Confederations Cup in 1997;
2 Ballon d’Or in 1997 and, 2002.
data updated to 1/6/2022