CR7 and Juve win championship in Italy
The Portuguese player participated in the bid that resulted in the second Juventus goal against Fiorentina. Team Turin sums the eighth consecutive title and reaches 35 in its history.
Juventus won the Serie A national championship on Saturday. Turin’s side received and beat Fiorentina (2-1) in the 33rd matchday of the championship and confirmed what was soon to be expected: winning the Italian title for the eighth consecutive season. The unexpected fall in the Champions League seems like part of a past that Juve wants to forget.
Cristiano Ronaldo started, just like João Cancelo, and was connected to the second goal of Juventus, which is said to have had to sweat to give back to a game that began to lose in the six minutes.
Milenkovic opened the scoring with a clear shot and added Fiorentina in the scoreboard, while also questioning the Juventus title party.
However, the formation of Massimiliano Allegri reacted even before the interval and reached the equalizer thanks to the head of Alex Sandro in the 37 minutes.
In the second half, and with a visible improvement visible, Juve managed to give the ‘somersault’ on the scoreboard. Cristiano Ronaldo appeared on the right side, shot strong and low for Pezzella ‘betray’ teammate Lafont, introducing the ball into the goal itself.
By the end, the game was very disputed, but Juventus managed to seize the victory in a game in which only needed to score to confirm the title of champion. After the match, Juventus have scored a staggering 87 points in 33 games with five more games to go, and 20 points more than Napoli, who are in second place in Serie A.
The second title of the season
After being knocked out in the quarter-finals of the Champions League last Tuesday, Juventus clinched the second title of the season. After the Italian Super Cup, it was the turn of the championship.
It remains to be said that it will also be the last title in 2018/19 since Juventus is no longer competing in the Italian Cup.
CR7 leaves the important seal
In the season of debut in Serie A, Cristiano Ronaldo did not disappoint. The Portuguese striker scored 19 of the 67 goals Juventus has so far scored in the league, which is about 29 per cent of the total. But Ronaldo’s contribution did not stop here.
In addition to the 19 goals scored, the Portuguese international added 10 assists to the colleagues to balance the opposing networks.