Some are born speakers, some are born warriors but Christiano Ronaldo is a born scorer and he’s proving it any time any day. The Juventus and Portuguese player, Christiano Ronaldo has set a new world record last night after Juventus beat Lazio last night by 2 goals to 1 and Christiano Ronaldo scoring the two goals for Juventus and Immobile scoring the only for Lazio.
The game last night has extended the goals tally of Christiano Ronaldo to 50 goals for Juventus, and that makes him the first player in the history of football to score 50 goals for different Leagues in the world. He did it in England when he was at Manchester United and in Spain when he was with Real Madrid now in Italy with Juventus. Thanks to a penalty kit and set-piece goal with an assist from Paulo Dybala in the 51st and 54th minutes respectively which gave Juventus the lead and also giving them a better chance of winning the Seria A. Before the match, many people expected Juventus to draw or lose, as a result of their previous matches which they failed to win even after leading their opponents by 2 goals, so a lot of people have set their mind that the most Juventus could do was to draw, fortunately, they disappointed many people, as they rally round and beat Lazio.
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