The first half ended evenly at 0-0, but Ronaldo scored twice in quick succession to make it two nil, with one being via penalty and the other from open play before Immobile also got his own goal via a penalty to equal Ronaldo on 30 goals each.
Ronaldo continues to age like fine wine, and always has a taste for proving his doubters wrong, it's incredible that he's 35 and still so great, he also made history by becoming the fastest Juventus player go reach 50 league goals, he's already Madrid and Manchester United legend, he is well on his way to being the a legend in Italy.
Ronaldo and Messi are indeed once in a lifetime, and at this rate he is likely to become the league outright top scorer with four games left to play.
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