When Cristiano Ronaldo joined Juventus, Paulo Dybala scored 68 goals by then and Ronaldo was struggling to hit the net for a while, but after he broke the jinx, scoring goals became a habit for the best player in the world. Juventus are going through a lean patch, still, Ronaldo’s goal-scoring abilities are keeping their hopes alive.
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Creating new records and Cristiano Ronaldo is simultaneous and last night the maestro became the fastest player in Juventus history to reach 100 goals with the club.
Ronaldo reached the mark by scoring just before half-time against Sassuolo in Serie A action on Wednesday, giving his side a two-goal lead heading into the break.
The Portugal star has netted 100 goals in 131 games for Juventus and has become the first Juve player to ever do so in less than three seasons.
Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the FIRST player to ever score 100 club goals in 3 different countries 👑 pic.twitter.com/r2vXbNNaFb
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Prior to Wednesday night, only Omar Sivori and Roberto Baggio had required less than five seasons to reach the 100-goal mark.
But Ronaldo achieved the feat near the end of his third season with the club, having joined from Real Madrid ahead of the 2018-19 campaign.
In addition, Ronaldo became the first player in history to tally more than 100 goals with three different clubs and his national team, having done so with Manchester United and Madrid as well as Portugal.
— FIFA.com (@FIFAcom) May 12, 2021
Ronaldo helped Juve to Serie A titles in his first two seasons with the club, but he’s failed to lead them to Champions League glory and this season’s league campaign sees Juve battling to simply earn a top-four spot.
The chance for featuring in the Champions League next season is still not over for Juventus.