The goal in the Italian Super Cup match this morning helped Cristiano Ronaldo set a super-scoring record.
Ronaldo made a great contribution to helping Juve win the Italian Super Cup
This morning, Juventus and Napoli met in the Italian Super Cup match. In the end, the Allianz team defeated the opponent 2-0 to win the first title under coach Andrea Pirlo. Both Lao and her goals were scored in the second half, with Cristiano Ronaldo and Alvaro Morata being the two players to put their names on the electronic board.
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In this match, Ronaldo’s goal in the 64th minute was the turning point of the match. From Bernardeschi’s corner, the ball hit Bakayoko and changed direction. Immediately, CR7 appeared in the right place and easily made a close-range volley to hit Napoli.
Not only did a great contribution to helping Juve win the first title of the season, Ronaldo also made an extremely impressive record. Accordingly, including the opening of Napoli today, the Portuguese superstar has reached 760 official goals in his career at both club and national team, thereby breaking the legendary record. Josef Bican to become the most goalscorer in history.
Ronaldo set the milestone of 760 goals after 1040 matches. In which, there are 658 goals he scored at club level, including 5 goals in Sporting Lisbon, 118 at Man United, 450 at Real Madrid and 85 at Juventus. Left, CR7 scored a total of 102 goals for the Portuguese national team. The scoring performance of the striker born in 1985 is 0.73 goals / game, an extremely impressive number.
Sharing after the match against Napoli today, Ronaldo said: “We are very happy to have won. This was a very difficult game, especially when the quality of the pitch was very poor. However, we have finally completed it.
Today, the team showed a different spirit from their poor performance against Inter. Anyway, the defeat is over and it is important that we have our first title. Hopefully it can give the team more confidence in the future.
At the age of 35, Ronaldo is still showing admirable form. Up to this point of the season, the Portuguese superstar has scored 19 goals and has 2 assists after 19 matches in all competitions for Juve. He will definitely break his own record further.