The European football governing body popularly known as UEFA has reacted after Portugal national team captain Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the first player ever to set new record, after netting a goal in Juventus 3-0 victory over Spenzia FC on Tuesday night at Allianz Stadium.
The five times Ballon D'or winner has been outstanding for Juventus in their last few matches, and he continued his excellent performance for the club on Tuesday night, as he scored a beautiful goal to inspired his team to a deserved 3-0 home victory.
The 36 years old has already scored the total number of 3 goals for Juventus in their last two matches, and he scored another goal on Tuesday, to take his goals in the last three matches to 4, and that means he has scored the total number of 20 goals in the Italian serie A this season.
After playing out a goalless draw in the first half, former Chelsea and Atlético Madrid star Alvaro Morata opened scoring for Andrea Pirlo's side, before Federico Chiesa doubled the lead, while Cristiano Ronaldo scored the last goal of the game in the 89th minutes to end the match 3-0 in favour of the Old lady.
With Cristiano Ronaldo's goal, it means he had become the first player ever in Europe's top five leagues to score the total number of 20+ goals in twelve consecutive seasons.
Reacting to Cristiano Ronaldo's new record, UEFA posted on their verified Twitter handle on Wednesday morning that;
"⚪️⚫️ 20+ league goals in each of the last 12 seasons for Cristiano Ronaldo 💪."
Photo posted by UEFA
Football fans reactions to UEFA's statement on Cristiano Ronaldo's new record.
Congratulations to Cristiano Ronaldo on his new record.
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