3 New Records Set By Cristiano Ronaldo After Scoring Against Sassuolo

3 New Records Set By Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo just made 3 new records while helping his Juventus side get back to winning ways against Sassuolo on Wednesday.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner was on target as the Bianconeri recorded a comfortable 3-1 victory over Sassuolo in Serie A on Wednesday.

Sandwiched between Paulo Dybala’s second-half strike and Andrien Rabiot’s first-half finish, Ronaldo’s goal came exactly at the 45-minute mark. Cristiano and Rabiot exchanged one-two headed passes before the 36-year-old fired a left-footed shot into the bottom-left corner of the net.

Moreover, records and Ronaldo are always synonymous, and the Portuguese has made 3 new records with his goal against Sassuolo.

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Ronaldo’s 3 New Records Against Sassuolo

1. Quickest Player To Reach 100 Goals For Juventus

It took Cristiano Ronaldo only but 131 games to reach a century of goals for the Turin giants. With his goal against Sassuolo, he also became the first player for the club to hit the 100-goal mark in less than three seasons.

2. First Player To Score 100 Goals In Three Countries

Cristiano’s ability to adapt to different environments and tweak his game to fit different playing styles is second to none.

The former Real Madrid and Manchester United man has now proved himself in three different leagues and has become the first player to score a century of goals in three countries. [118 goals with Manchester United in England, 450 goals with Real Madrid in Spain, and 100 goals with Juventus in Italy].

3. First Player to Score 100 Goals With Three Clubs and National Team

Cristiano Ronaldo did not just reach the 100-goal milestone with three different clubs but he equally has done that with his national team. This means he is the first player in history to achieve that incredible feat!

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