Yesterday we had Italian giant, Juventus sweat it out with Lazio, in the ongoing Serie A league title. The match ended in favour of Juventus with the goal margin of two to one. The three goals were scored in the second half of the game.
Ronaldo being a key player in Juventus, performed excellently well, as he was the one who scored the two goals for his club to defeat their opponent. He scored a penalty and an assist from Dybala to make it two goals. While Lazio Scored a penalty by Ciro Immobile.
However, with Ronaldo's goals/ performance in the game, FIFA has taken to their official Twitter account to acknowledge the 35 year old and equally state the history he (Ronaldo) has recorded for himself again.
According to FIFA, Ronaldo is "1st @juventusfcen player since 1952 to score goals in a @serieA_EN season. Fastest player to reach 50 Serie A goals since 1985 birth (61 games) ..."
Below is a screenshot of the tweet from FIFA.
See also people's comments/ reactions to what FIFA shared.
From me to Ronaldo, congratulations on your newest Records.
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