Sport Ronaldo still more in history!
When Pjanic compares Messi and Ronaldo
© Provided by Sports.fr Messi and Ronaldo It's an endless debate: who is better between and? The Portuguese’s former teammate at Juventus Turin, now the Argentinian’s partner at Barcelona, is one of the few players to have had the chance to play alongside these two aliens. "Leo is a gift, it's poetry" Passing through the telefoot Sunday show, the Bosnian midfielder expressed his admiration for both "La Pulga" and "CR7" . “Cristiano is impressive for his consistency and his professionalism.
Juventus did not let the opportunity pass. Beaten the previous weekend by Naples (1-0) then by Porto (2-1) in the Champions League, the Old Lady took advantage of the reception of the red lantern of Serie A, Monday, to reconnect with victory. Without being flamboyant, the champions of Italy quietly disposed of Crotone (3-0) thanks, in particular, to a brace from Cristiano Ronaldo. While Juventus takes advantage of this victory to return to the third step of the Serie A podium, eight lengths from Inter Milan and four from AC Milan with nevertheless a game late, CR7 has, with these two goals, recovered first place in the scorers standings with now 18 goals in 19 matches, the Portuguese ahead of Romelu Lukaku, author of 17 goals in 22 matches. But this double is also worth the five-time Golden Ball to post 25 goals in all competitions, which makes him the third scorer the prolific in Europe, only ahead of Robert Lewandowski, 31 goals on the clock, and Erling Braut Haaland, who follows him with 27 goals. What also becomes the first player in history in the five major European leagues to reach the 25-goal mark in 14 consecutive seasons. And now with 768 career goals, Cristiano Ronaldo is now only four points behind Romario, the second-highest scorer in history ... Read also: Ronaldo, what a relaxation! (video) Ibra responds brutally to Lukaku
Ronaldo equals King Pelé! .
© Supplied by Sports.fr The happiness of "CR7", which enters a little more in history! He did. Cristiano Ronaldo had the opportunity to match (or even double) Pelé with a 767th career goal. The five-time Ballon d'Or took advantage of the arrival of La Spezia, Tuesday evening in Serie A (25th day), to reach the total of the Brazilian legend and thus become the third highest scorer in history behind Josef Bican (805 goals ) and Romario (772).