Cristiano Ronaldo touches his benchmark of consecutive scores and assists

Cristiano Ronaldo touches his benchmark of consecutive scores and assists

The Portuguese forward again proved his worth for the Serie A side Juventus with his brilliant goal against Frosinone last night. Besides his score, he also assisted Paulo Dybala for the opening goal. And with that, Cristiano Ronaldo touches his old record of both scores and assists in three consecutive matches.

Besides both scoring and providing assists last night, the Portuguese forward touched the same feat against Parma and Sassuolo. And not only that, but Cristiano Ronaldo also scored his 20th goal for Juventus this season to ultimately seal the record for scoring more than 20 goals in 13 consecutive seasons.

Cristiano Ronaldo in his record-setting run

Paulo Dybala scored the first goal for Juventus with his brilliant 6th-minute display. Leonardo Bonucci then scored the second goal for Juventus in the 17th minute followed by the goal of Cristiano Ronaldo in the 63rd minute. Besides scoring himself, Cristiano Ronaldo also set up the path for Dybala’s goal a few minutes after the starting whistle.

It is not the first time Cristiano Ronaldo secured both goals and assists for three consecutive matches. The Portuguese forward did the same in November 2014 while playing for the Spanish side Real Madrid. On the other hand, Cristiano Ronaldo now also secured his top place of the Serie A scoring chart with 19 goals till now.

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrating their victory against Frosinone

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Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri also felt extremely happy for his side but is now concentrating on the upcoming UEFA Champions League match against Atletico Madrid. While talking about the team, the Bianconeri manager said “The team is in good shape. It is a two-legged challenge against a very physical team.”

He said “Atletico plays very aggressive football when playing at home. It is a team that has had great results in previous years in Europe,” and added, “It is an open match, we have as much chance to go through as they do.” Allegri then further said “The first thing we must do is score a goal in Madrid. Scoring in Madrid will be decisive for our qualification.”

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