Cristiano Ronaldo after scoring the last goal for Juventus in yesterday’s encounter with Italian side Spezia set another astonishing record.
The Portuguese International who scored the 89th minute goal for Juventus made it 20 goals scored this season in Serie A.
The 89th minute goal set the record for Cristiano Ronaldo to have scored at least 20 goals or more in each of his last 12 seasons in Europe.
The five-time Men’s Ballon d’Or award winner began to set this amazing record since 2009/2010 season with his formal club in Spain Real Madrid where he scored 26 goals.
During the 2014/2015 season with same club, CR7 scored his highest goals in a season with 48 goals.
Since his arrival at Juventus in 2018, CR7 has scored not less that 20 goals. He scored 21 and 31 goals in his first and second season respectively for Juve.
With the goal scored yesterday by the Portuguese, this also marked his 600th league appearances.
Andrea Pirlo’s men could not see the back of the net in the first half with the score line which ended goalless draw.
All three goals were scored during the second half with Alvaro Morata opening the scoring line for Juve, with Federico Chiesa and Cristiano Ronaldo scoring the second and third goals.
An unconverted penalty by Andrey Galabinov of Spezia with the additional time ended the match with a clean sheet maintained by Juventus. Juve are now third behind rivals AC and Inter Milan.