It is heedless to say that Juventus smashed more goals with Cristiano Ronaldo.
His impact sustained from Serie A title than anyone else. Cristiano synonymous with jersey number “7” corresponded a record by scoring fleetingly in 11 matches before the prolonged pandemic.
He fortified his form in the starting by grasping 30 goals in just 30 games in his second season in Italy. Ronaldo scored at the beginning by a free kick at the beginning from Miralem Pjanic. Cristiano Ronaldo incarnated the free kick into a goal and Juventus won 9 consecutive Serie A title with two games to spare.
Second half was dominated by Juventus with Federico Bernardeschi huddling the goal past Sampdoria goalkeeper Emil Audero. As the time tickled by Ronaldo struck Juventus’s third goal in the 89th minute which turned out to be penalty in the crossbar. Before the game against Sampdoria , Juve won only one match in their last 5 matches.
Their coach Maurizio won the first Italian title. Ronaldo needs only 1 goal to break tie with Fellice Borel of Juventus in 1933-1934 in single season record. Ronaldo is the first player to score 30 goals for Juventus after John Hansen 1951-1952. While Juventus scored 75 goals straight, Atlanta notched 96 the most in Serie A for more than 60 years.
While Juventus has 83 points, Inter Milan has 76 points from equal number of matches. Cristiano Ronaldo dedicated the title to Juventus fans. Ronaldo was thankful for the title and emphasized that victory of the team matters the most.
Coach Maurizio praised him as a player who has the potential to score the next goal every time. The 5 time Ballon d’Or winner is full with surprises every time he touches the ball. Incredible, Isn’t He?