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Cristiano Ronaldo Crossed 300 Million Followers on Instagram

Cristiano Ronaldo Crossed 300 Million Followers on Instagram

Cristiano Ronaldo has continued to break records on and off the field. On this occasion, the Portuguese and Juventus striker became the first person to cross 300 million followers worldwide on the Instagram social media platform.

A global icon, Ronaldo is the person with the most followers on Instagram and Facebook.

Let’s take a look at the 10 most-followed people on Instagram:

NameFollowers (millions)Profession
Cristiano Ronaldo300Footballer
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson246Actor and Professional Wrestler
Ariana Grande244Musician
Kylie Jenner241TV Personality/Model
Selena Gomez238Musician
Kim Kardashian229TV Personality/Model
Lionel Messi218Footballer
Justin Bieber178Musician
Kendall Jenner170TV Personality/Model

Let’s take a look at the top 5 most-followed sportsmen on Instagram:

SportsmanInsta FollowersSport Category
Cristiano Ronaldo300Football
Lionel Messi218Football
Virat Kohli128Cricket
Lebron James87Basketball

The second-best international goalscorer is more than just a footballer, as his influence extends beyond the world of football.

Ronaldo recently caused a sharp drop in Coca-Cola stock prices when he withdrew two bottles of Coca-Coal from his press conference ahead of Portugal’s opening game against Hungary at Euro 2020, despite experts claiming that Ronaldo’s antics were not the reason for the big dive.

The 36-year-old stormed the football scene in 2003 with his high-profile move to the English football club Manchester United.

Since then, they have won the English Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, the UEFA European Championship, and the UEFA Champions League.

Ronaldo is currently leading defending champions Portugal at the current UEFA Euro 2020. Portugal scored three points in their first game against Hungary and Ronaldo scored a double.

Ronaldo is preparing for the next two encounters against Germany and France and hopes to lead Portugal to another title win.

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