World football governing body 'FIFA' has reacted to Cristiano Ronaldo's new record in Juventus' victory over Lazio on Monday night.
Ronaldo inspired the old lady to defeat the determined Lazio, who are also in the race to win the league title this season.
The Portuguese scored the first goal from the spot in the 51st minutes, before adding the second one in the 54th minutes, after receiving an assist from Argentina star Paulo Dybala.
Ciro Immobile scored a penalty kick for the away team towards the end of the game to end the match 2-1 in favour of the home team.
Reacting to Cristiano Ronaldo's new record, FIFA posted through their verified Twitter handle that
"1st Juventus FC player since 1952 to score 30 goals in a @SerieA_EN season
⚡️ Fastest player to reach 50 Serie A goals since his 1985 birth (61 games)
🌍 1st man ever to net 50 goals in the English, Italian & Spanish top flights
🌧️ Records keep falling for @Cristiano"
Football lovers across the globe have now started reacting to FIFA's statement:
The first player in history:
5️⃣0️⃣+ @premierleague goals ✅
5️⃣0️⃣+ @LaLiga goals ✅
5️⃣0️⃣+ @SerieA goals ✅
Congratulations to Cristiano Ronaldo
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