Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his 100th appearance for Juventus

Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated his 100th appearance for Juventus

The Portuguese captain Cristiano Ronaldo commended his 100th appearance for the Juventus Football Club, getting support in their 3-1 over Genoa C.F.C on 13th December. The Portuguese captain got 2 penalties in the 2nd half to help Juventus to get 3 points. The Juventus Football Club is presently in the 4th position in the Serie A league table.

Cristiano Ronaldo barely ever botches a penalty chance. What’s more, when luck favors him and his team, Cristiano Ronaldo had no motivation to blow that opportunity, as he scores 4 goals from the penalty this week. Cristiano Ronaldo’s 1st goal against Genoa C.F.C reestablished Juventus’ lead over Stefano Sturaro canceled out Paulo Dybala’s opener before another penalty shot helped Cristiano Ronaldo seal the success for the fans.

Cristiano Ronaldo's 100th game for Juve
Cristiano Ronaldo’s 100th game for Juve

By chance, this has been Cristiano Ronaldo’s 100th appearance for Juventus Football Club since moving to Turin in northern Italy in 2018. Cristiano Ronaldo so far has gotten a stunning 79 goals for Juventus, while laying 17 assists for his partners. While he has set sights on hitting a hundred goals for Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo is connected with a move away from the Allianz Arena, with a profit to Manchester Joined for the cards. Juventus have their accounts extended with the previous Genuine Madrid man on their books, and will hope to proceed onward from the Cristiano Ronaldo on the off chance that they neglect to lift the Champions League titles in this time.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s previous club Manchester United Joined wants to re-sign him each late spring and could do as such in an arrangement that could see Paul Pogba move to Juventus Football Club. The Frenchman has been disrupted at Old Trafford and needs out, with Juventus one of the interested parties. Be that as it may, Juventus can’t take an action from the World Cup champ with Ronaldo on their books and a trade appears to be a more conceivable alternative.