Italian giants Juventus have taken a very important step as the chase for the Serie A title continues. Juventus collected all three points against Lazio after a 2-1 victory over the club yesterday night.
The first goals of the match was scored by Juventus main man Cristiano Ronaldo from the penalty spot in the first half. The second goal was also scored by Ronaldo in the first half after Paulo Dybala sets him up perfectly.
Lazio however got a consolation goal after their top scorer Ciro Immobile scored from the penalty spot in the ending minutes of the game.
After the defeat Lazio are now 4th on table being 11 points behind league leaders Juventus, who are now 8 points clear ahead of Inter who are second in the league.
After scoring both goals Cristiano Ronaldo became the fastest player in history to reach a 50 goal mark in the Serie A.
Out of the four matches remaining if Juventus could win only two they would be crowned Serie A title winners for the 9th time in a row.
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