The 35 Are The New 20 For a Cristiano Ronaldo Record

Five Champions League, one European Championship, five Golden Balls, five Golden Boots … the Portuguese soccer player’s career is enviable as it takes more than one folio to list all the trophies he has achieved and the countless distinctions and records Individuals he has achieved since he first dressed as a professional short. Then it was 2002 and Cristiano Ronaldo was just a 17-year-old who debuted with Sporting de Portugal in a qualifying match for the Champions League against Inter Milan. Since that time almost 17 years have passed On a physical level as a soccer player and Luso blew the 35 candles this week, which indicates two things: his withdrawal is getting closer and age is only a number. The first is evident, each year that passes the end approaches, but taking into account its performance and its state of form to know how many more courses it is able to endure, and hence the second.The fact of getting closer and closer to the Quarantine does not seem to matter much to Cristiano, who continues to leave goalscorer records equal to or better than in recent years. That of Madeira has played 34 games so far this season and has achieved a total of 34 goals in those games, although it is true that in some it has gone blank, in others it has marked them two by two, or three in three. If we focus on Serie A, the competition that came last season to finish being the Best Player in the league, this year is on track to revalidate the trophy because its balance is 20 goals in 20 games. A figure that is even more noticeable by pointing out that it links ten consecutive days by scoring, something that only two players achieved before. One of them is Gabriel Batistuta, who scored in eleven consecutive crashes, a record that the Portuguese could match next week and exceed in 14 days. This data not only transcends at the national level of Italy, but at the European level, and worldwide, Cristiano Ronaldo is the only player who has managed to score in ten consecutive days in two of the five major leagues of the continent. He did it in LaLiga during the 2014-2015 season and with his goal yesterday against Hellas Verona he did it in Serie A.‼ ️HISTÓRICO‼ ️Cristiano Ronaldo is the THIRD PLAYER (and first of Juve) that marks in TEN CONSECUTIVE DAYS (which is not the same as ten consecutive games) in ALL the history of Serie A. Before Batistuta (11 in a row) and Pascutti (10 in a row in 1962). pic.twitter.com/NfO7tElTtu

– MisterChip (Alexis) (@ 2010MisterChip) February 8, 2020 I could look to the past and continue to highlight the merits that the Portuguese has achieved for many more lines, but attending to the future Christian, at 35, he will reach hundreds of goals with Portugal and could become the player with more goals as international if it exceeds 109 of Ali Daei. For now, he adds 99. Without a doubt, what Cristiano Ronaldo has achieved throughout his career is to point him out as one of the best footballers in history, but it is that there are already 35 springs and it does not seem that the Portuguese will stop soon. If the physicist allows it, and you just have to look at him to know that it will be like that, and his performance is maintained, we could still have CR7 for several years, because for him the 35 are the new 20.

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