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Cristiano Ronaldo’s classy reaction to Google crowning him ‘most searched athlete’ in its history

Superstar football Cristiano Ronaldo has achieved the distinction of being the most searched athlete in Google’s history, Newspremises understands.

The legendary forward, presently a player for Al-Nassr in the Saudi Pro League, outshone his enduring competitor, Lionel Messi, and numerous athletes from different sports to secure this latest accolade.


Google marked its 25th anniversary by releasing a video highlighting the most searched topics in various categories, revealing Ronaldo’s dominance among athletes, as reported by Pulse Sports.

Ronaldo crowned Google’s most-searched athlete

In Google’s shared video, the 38-year-old emerged not only as the most sought-after athlete but also as the leading footballer in the company’s 25-year history.

Ronaldo’s consistent and prolific performance, maintaining an almost one-goal-per-game average since moving to Saudi Arabia after the 2022 World Cup, has firmly established his status as one of the most talked-about athletes globally. Surpassing his perennial rival Messi in Google searches further solidifies his position.

His recent milestone of scoring his 50th goal in the 2023 season during Al-Nassr’s 5-2 victory against Al Shabab in the King Cup underscores his enduring capability to score and impact the game on the field even at 38 years old.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s global reach

According to Latestly, the former star of Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Juventus currently holds an impressive 615 million followers on social media, highlighting his worldwide popularity.

As Ronaldo continues to make his mark in history, fans across the globe are captivated by his performances, ensuring that his name stays prominent in online searches and discussions.

How Ronaldo reacted to Google’s recognition

The Portuguese icon has posted the video across his social media channels, reaching out to his extensive follower base, expressing appreciation for Google’s acknowledgment as the most searched athlete in history.

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