Cristiano Ronaldo is not getting any younger, but it seems that the Portuguese attacker is really a good wine that just gets better with age.
He has been the main scorer at Juventus since joining Juventus in 2018. This calendar year he has just set another goal record, which, as quoted by, has been in place for a long time Soccer Italy.
His brace against Parma last night was his 32nd goal of the season and that means he’s the first player to score at least 32 league goals in a calendar year since Omar Sivori in 1961.
Stefano Nyers scored 32 league goals in 1951 while Sivori scored 33 in 1961. Ronaldo has one more game to go this calendar year to break that record.
However, he will struggle to meet overall record holder Felice Borel, who scored 41 goals in 1933.
But four goals in his next game will help him meet Gunnar Nordahl, who scored 36 league goals in 1950.
Ronaldo is just getting better and better and he is sure to be ready to score even more goals at Juventus before leaving the club or retiring as a footballer.
Juve’s next game will be against Fiorentina and he will try to score another goal before the end of the year.