Portugal and Juventus superstar, Cristiano Ronaldo was at it again during his side's 3-0 win over Spezia in the Serie A on Tuesday, scoring a goal on the night which ensured that the 36-year-old became the only player to score at least 20 goals in each of the last 12 seasons in the top-five European Leagues.
The strikers current stretch began way back in 2009/10 during his first season with Real Madrid with the Portugal skipper scoring at least 25 times during each of his nine seasons in Madrid, hitting the 40-goal mark three times during his trophy-filled time in Spain.
Since moving to Turin in the summer of 2018, Ronaldo has so far netted 72 goals in the league across his three seasons with the club and 92 goals across all competitions.
His performances have ensured that Juventus have won the league title in his first two seasons and he will want to add another honour to his tally come the end of this season too.
However, despite his performances, the club have struggled in Europe with the Bianconeri yet to win the UEFA Champions League since 1996.
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