Even at 35 years, Christiano Ronaldo is believed to be an unstoppable machine. He has played in three different leagues and have broken records in those three different leagues, even with his old age, he still does wonders.
Today after securing a win for his side Juventus, he breaks yet another record for the fastest person to score 50 Serial A goals in just 61 games since 1950.
EIF sports reported that, "Ronaldo joined Juventus at the age of 33 and still has become the fastest to reach 50 goals in Serie A. Took just 61 games to do it.
No matter how old he gets, his unbelievable ability to find the back of the net remains. An incredible achievement."
A Twitter user had this to say, "Ronaldo is the greatest player of all time without debate. He is the main reason why each team won the league. Instant Impact GOAT."
Below are screenshots of people's reactions to him breaking a new record. Kindly follow this page for more news and gist.
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