November 22 – Juventus played against Cagliari at home. In the end, with Cristiano Ronaldo’s double-sounding goal in just four minutes, Juventus scored 3 points at home with a 2-0 without a bloody blade. Cristiano Ronaldo also ushered in another milestone this night, scoring 748 goals in his career, surpassing Puskash to the fourth place in history.
After the opening, the situation was a little dull. In the 38th minute, Juventus scored the goal in the first shot. Morata scored the ball. Cristiano Ronaldo dodged two defenders’ right foot on the left side of the penalty area, and the ball drilled straight into the lower right corner of the goal, and the score was changed to 1:0.
In just four minutes, Cristiano Ronaldo staged a good show of scoring twice. Quadrado kicked a corner kick on the right side, Demiral headed the ball, and Cristiano Ronaldo followed up the goal deftly, helping Juventus quickly establish a two-goal advantage.
Juventus’ offensive weakened slightly when he moved sides and scored a goal in the 67th minute, but the goal was later invalidated because of offside first. In the end, the score of 2:0 continued to the end whistle, Juventus defeated Cagliari at home, and temporarily rose to second place in the league table.
It is worth mentioning that Cristiano Ronaldo has scored twice for the third time in Serie A this season, which is the same as AC Milan striker Ibrahimovic, and the two also led side by side with eight goals in the league scoring list.
After scoring two goals again, Cristiano Ronaldo’s total number of goals in his personal career reached 748, surpassing Puskash’s 746 goals, ranking fourth in the football history scoring list, only 19 goals away from Pele (757 goals) in front of him, and it seems only a matter of time before he surpasses.
After the game, when it comes to Cristiano Ronaldo’s performance in this game, coach Pirlo did not say anything: “He works very hard in training and in the game. Only the real champion will win the honor he has won. He is a role model for everyone, and he has practiced it in every game.