- Cristiano Ronaldo has achieved another feat in his glittering career
- The 35-year-old improved on his goalscoring record after netting against AC Milan
- Milan defeated Juventus in a crunch Serie A game at the San Siro
Cristiano Ronaldo has improved on his personal goalscoring record after he netted his 26th Serie A goal against AC Milan.
Though the Biaconeri were beaten 4-2 at the Sana Siro but Ronaldo was among the scorers when he put his team ahead by 2-0 with an instinctive finish.
The 35-year-old has now scored 30 goals in all club competitions, 10 times in his last 11 seasons in his career.
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This means the Portuguese striker has been consistent scoring at least 30 goals in the last ten years for Juventus, Real Madrid and Manchester United respectively.
The forward has been in remarkable goalscoring form for the Old Lady in 2019 which has put him in club's record books.
CR7 became the first Juventus player in 59 years to score 25 league goals following an exquisite free-kick in the Turin derby against Torino after 43 attempts.
The last man that achieved the feat was Omar Sivori during the 1959-60 season, where he scored 27 and leading Juve to a league title.
With eight games left to play, Ronaldo still has the chance to score more goals and set new records with the Serie A champions.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo still has a record better than his rival Lionel Messi after he scored a brilliant free-kick in Juventus 4-1 win over Torin in the Turin derby.
The 35-year-old scored the Bianconeri's third from a stunning set-piece which was his first conversion in 42 attempts.
Ronaldo's free-kick goal was also his first for Juventus and 55th overall since joining the current Serie A champions in the summer of 2018.
Legit.ng also reported that Cristiano Ronaldo has admitted he really needed to score a free-kick after 42 failed attempts for Juventus.
Ronaldo scored a stunning free-kick as Juventus beat Torino 4-1 in a Serie A match played at the Allianz Stadium.
The 35-year-old became the first Juventus player in 60 years to score at least 25 goals in Serie A.
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