- Cristiano Ronaldo crowned his season winning Juventus' Most Valuable Player of the season
- Game console PES named the 35-year-old the MVP for his goals all through the campaign
- Ronaldo set a new record after becoming the first Juve star to score 37 goals in a single season
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Cristiano Ronaldo has been named Juventus' 'Most Valuable Player' for the 2019-20 campaign.
The 35-year-old clinched his second Serie A title while guiding the Old Lady to their ninth consecutive Italian League glory.
Ronaldo scored 37 goals and seven assists in 46 appearances across competitions for the Old Lady and also recorded his name in the club's history books.
The Portuguese international scored twice in their 2-1 win over Lyon when UEFA Champions League football returned last weekend, but the brace was not enough to help them progress to the next round.
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However, broke Juve's long-standing 95-year-old record after becoming the first player to score 37 goals in a single season.
Meanwhile, his hard work and dedication will not go unnoticed as a game console, PES, crowned the former Man United and Real Madrid superstar the MVP of the year by eFootball PES 2021.
Ronaldo moved to Turin from Spain in the summer of 2018 with the aim of winning another Champions League title with the Italian League champions.
But, it appears terribly tougher for him to get near the European elite championship as he did since his arrival at the Allianz Stadium.
Last season, Juve were dumped out by a team of youngsters Ajax at the quarterfinal stage, and this campaign, they got out earlier as Lyon ended their quest at the round of 16 stage.
Although they played 2-2 on aggregate after regulation period, Memphis Depay's away goal in Italy made all the difference for the French League side in the end.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo will not blame anyone for Juventus' Champions League ousting despite their 2-1 win over Lyon at the Allianz Stadium on Friday, August 7.
The 35-year-old scored twice to help the Italian League champions have a shot at progressing to the quarterfinals but Memphis Depay's early minute strike denied the Old Lady the chance.
Having suffered a 1-0 defeat in the reverse fixture earlier this year, Juve's woes were compounded when the Dutchman converted the 12th-minute strike from the spot-kick.
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