Portuguese Superstar sets another record at Juventus
In the summer of 2018, there was news that Cristiano Ronaldo had joined Juventus. After only two years of running, the 35-year-old Portuguese captain is in the top Italian league. Set a new benchmark.
Ronaldo may be 35 years old now, but his numbers on the court speak for themselves. Juventus scored 37 goals in just 46 games last season, an incredible reward for his five Golden Globe winners in the mid-1930s. Especially because the Italian league is considered to be the most defensive league among the top five leagues in Europe and one of the toughest leagues.
In just two years after joining the league, Ronaldo surpassed Rui Costa to become the Portuguese player with the highest score in the first match between Italy and Bologna in June. The Portuguese goalscorer currently has 52 Serie A goals under his name, and within just two years of Ronaldo joining Juventus, this goal seems to be improving.
Only three days after Cristiano Ronaldo’s 35th birthday, he broke David Trezeguet’s record, which scored nine consecutive goals for Juventus in 2005.