Cristiano Ronaldo just scored his 600th career club goal and 20th of this season when Juventus draw 1-1 against Inter Milan last Saturday. The Portuga international player smashed home a shot from just outside the penalty area from a Miralem Pjanic heel flick to level the score with Inter Milan at 1-1 just past the hour mark after Radja Nainggolan had put the hosts in front in the first half.
In fact, The Old Lady side had already clinched the Serie A title. So it doesn’t matter what the result of the game, win, lose or draw. But on the other hand, Cristiano Ronaldo was handed the start in search of another remarkable milestone in his illustrious career.
The bulk of Cristiano Ronaldo’s goals came during his time with Real Madrid. With the La Liga club, he scored 450 times across all competitions within 9 years. Before joining Los Blancos, he has remarkable achievement with Manchester United in Premier League. During his 6 seasons-long with The Red Devils, he scored 118 across all competitions. Other than that, Cristiano Ronaldo scored 5 goals for his first club in Portugal, Sporting CP.

Cristiano Ronaldo Is Ready For Another Milestone

Last summer he decided to leave Santiago Bernabeu and moved to Juventus. His decision is indeed really unpredictable and surprised almost everyone and certainly left Real Madrid’s fans brokenhearted. But Cristiano Ronaldo wants to look another journey and reach a new milestone in his career.
Right after Juventus clinched their 8th consecutive title in Serie A, Cristiano Ronaldo also reached a title milestone in his career. And not to mention he’s now become the first player to won Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A titles.
So far, Cristiano Ronaldo has three Premier League titles, to La Ligas, on Serie A and five Champions League to go along with a host of League Cup and Club World Cup wins.
All of those titles lead him to crowned as one of the best footballers on this Century along with Lionel Messi of Barcelona; his nemesis for the past 10 years.
Cristiano Ronaldo is already 33-year-old. He might be considered not young anymore but Malaysia online casino no deposit bonus pretty sure he’s good and fit enough to reach another milestone in his professional career as a footballer in the future.


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