“Ronaldo’s Epic Leap: Breaking Records at 38 with a Jump of Almost 3 Meters High”

Despite being 38 years old, Cristiano Ronaldo’s aerial abilities remain exceptional as he recently surpassed his previous record. Fans were left stunned when they witnessed him seemingly suspended in the air during a match.

During a game between Al Nassr and Al Akhdoud on November 25th, Ronaldo managed to score two goals while also showcasing his impressive jumping skills. He leaped high to fiercely compete for a ball in the middle of the field, proving that his strength remains unmatched.

Ronaldo has once again shattered the world record for the “freezing in the air” move by more than 5 cm, as seen in Photo 2. Using computer estimates, it was determined that Ronaldo jumped up to an impressive 2m98, which would be worth the maximum points a football player could achieve during a real game. The record was previously set at 2:93 and is still held by Ronaldo himself.

It’s worth noting that the football legend was able to jump 2 meters and 9 inches at the age of 38, compared to when he was 28 years old during the 2m93 high jump. This demonstrates that Ronaldo’s strength and agility have not diminished, and some may even argue that he’s stronger now. Witness Ronaldo’s latest feat as he breaks the world record by more than 5 cm in Photo 3.

In 2013, Cristiano Ronaldo managed to surpass his own previous record. He has become the most successful player in grabbing the ball out of 10 cases in football history.

Moreover, Ronaldo holds four other records, including two with a 2m44 jump and one with a 2m56 jump. It is evident that he has the best jump in football history as this skill helps him to compete and score goals in the air.

Ronaldo has scored more than 145 goals with his head out of all the players in football history. The Sport Brief listed Ronaldo five times in the top 10 highest jumps ever recorded in football history. During a game between Real and Osasuna in November 2011, Ronaldo made an amazing jump of 2m44 high after getting a free-kick on the right-wing, which helped him score three goals.

Ronaldo continued to break his old record when he moved to Juventus; during a game between Juventus and Torino, he tied the game by jumping 2m44 high and shooting in the ball. In a Serie A match between Juventus and Sassuolo in January 2021, Ronaldo showed his outstanding jumping skills once again by beating the opposing goalkeeper who had the upper hand with a 2m44 feet jump.

Ibrahimovic is another legendary player known for well-executed goals, long shots, and high jumps. During a game between AC Milan and Inter Milan in February 2020, Ibrahimovic jumped up to 2m53 to help Ante Rebic score the first goal before retiring after 25 years of competitive football.

Once more, Ronaldo has made it to the headlines. During a match between Juventus and Sampdoria towards the end of 2019, CR7 leaped up to an impressive 2m56 and successfully scored from a cross by Alex Sandro. As a result, Juventus emerged victorious with a score of 2-1 and claimed 3 crucial points.

Osimhen proved his worth in the 2022-2023 season by scoring a total of 26 goals for Napoli in Serie A, leading the team to their first national championship since 1990. Among his remarkable goals was a jump that reached an incredible height of 2m58 against Spezia in January 2023.

Interestingly, the record holder for the highest jump in Serie A history is not Ronaldo but Fikayo Tomori, an English midfielder who jumped 2m61 and scored a goal for AC Milan against Juventus in May 2021.

Meanwhile, Mugabi, an unknown name in the football world, also made a memorable jump of up to 2m62 while playing for Motherwell in February 2021, scoring a beautiful goal for the home team against Ross County.

In addition, En-Nesyri holds the record for the highest rebound ever recorded in World Cup history. During the match against Portugal at the 2022 World Cup, the Sevilla player jumped up to 2m78, scoring a goal for Morocco that helped them become the first African team to reach the semi-finals of a World Cup.

When it comes to the top spot, there’s no denying that Ronaldo is the one and only. Back in March 2013, he pulled off an incredible jump of up to 2m93 that even stunned his former teammate Patrice Evra. This impressive feat happened during a match between Real Madrid and Manchester United in the 1/8 round of the 2012-13 C1 Cup, where Ronaldo scored a goal that tied the game 1-1.

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