C. Ronaldo and G. Buffon make history in Serie A

Cristiano Ronaldo is now the first Juventus player since Omar Sivori (1960/61) to reach 25 Serie A goals and only the sixth-ever in the club's history No player has played more matches than Gianluigi Buffon as he made his 648th Serie A appearance against Torino to break Paolo Maldini's record At 35 and 42 years respectively, both Ronaldo and Buffon are showing no signs of slowing down, despite them growing older Cristiano Ronaldo’s stunning free-kick against Torino made him the first Juventus player to score 25 goals in a Serie A season since 1961. The 35-year-old scored his first-ever free-kick for Juventus as they kept up their title charge with a 4-1 win over Torino on Saturday, July 4. Paulo

Ronaldo sets new record as Sarri’s men thrash Torino 4-1 a moment ago

Ronaldo sets new record as Sarri's men thrash Torino 4-1 a moment ago

The reigning champions defeated the visitors 4-1 in a very entertaining encounter https://twitter.com/Cristiano/status/1279522588952313856?s=20 Juventus are on course to winning the Serie A yet again Paulo Dybala opened the scoring with a left footed shot from the centre of the box to the high centre of the goal in the 4th minute to help the host start the game on a high It would have been two nill seven minutes later when Rodrigo Bentancur’s header flashed wide the goal after a deft pass by Miralem Pjanic. It was 2-0 on the half-hour mark when Juan Cuadrado's rifled a left-footer into bottom left corner after being assisted by Cristiano Ronaldo However Torino stunned the hosts with a well taken spot-kick after Matthijs de Ligt handled Simone Verdi’s

Like Father Like son: CR7 jr. Copied exactly his dad.

Cristiano Ronaldo Jr has copied his star father with his new braided hair The 9-year-old boy has been training with his father since they returned from Portugal Georgina took to social media to show Cristiano Ronaldo's new hair style Georgina Rodriguez has posted awesome photo of the eldest child of her lover Cristiano Ronaldo who copied his father braiding up his hair in a stunning fashion. Cristiano Ronaldo and his family recently returned from Portugal where they were on isolation due to how coronavirus became a big issue in Italy and many parts of the world. And after returning from Portugal, Cristiano Ronaldo first went on two weeks isolation in his mansion in Italy before returning to training with his Juventus teammates. His family seems to be delighted with

C. Ronaldo vows to make differences after covid-19 lockdown

Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to resume training at the Juventus Training Centre on Tuesday, May 19, as he completes his mandatory two-week quarantine in Italy. The Portuguese captain has been at home in Madeira Portugal for two months after the Serie A and other European football competitions were suspended due to coronavirus pandemic. CR7 will finally be able to train again at Continassa starting on Tuesday by individual sessions, pending the technical scientific committee to give the go ahead to the new protocol on group training. But in the meantime the Portuguese star, 32 appearances and 25 goals this season, will resume working at the Juventus Training Center under the eyes of Maurizio Sarri. Ronaldo was subjected to a strict 14-day quarantine after returning to Italy

Sky Sport presenter predicts what CR7 wants to archive before retiring

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Gary Neville and Ronaldo were team-mates at Manchester United The Ex-Manchester United star says CR7 is obsessed Neville has predicted that Ronaldo may play until his 40s Former Manchester United star Gary Neville has hinted that Cristiano Ronaldo is not ready to retire despite his age, saying the 35-year-old could play until his 40s. Neville stated that he sees Ronaldo playing for years to come and that he does not see the Real Madrid legend retiring until he surpasses Pele’s goalscoring record. The Juventus striker has now scored a total of 725 career goals in more than 1000 appearances as a professional. Brazil legend Pele ended his much-lauded 21-year career with 1,282 goals in 1,363 games, however most of these goals

“Brazil Ronaldo is better than Portugal Ronaldo” says Christian Vieri

Christian Vieri is of the opinion that ‘O Fenomeno’ was better than Cristiano Ronaldo Ronaldo de Lima and his Portuguese namesake are arguably part of football's greatest strikers Vieri played alongside Ronaldo de Lima during their days at Inter Milan With Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi leading the debate as regards who the better player is, the same topic has been extended to CR7 vs Ronaldo Nazario de Lima, DailyMail reports. Ronaldo de Lima is arguably the greatest goal poacher ever to play the game, a sensational striker who scored with ease to earn the name ‘phenomenon’ - 'O Fenomeno'. Two of the greatest players in the history of football share the 'Ronaldo' name but opinions are split as to

Covid-19: Why professional leagues are still on despite the coronavirus?

Whilst most professionals sports have ground to a halt amid the coronavirus pandemic, there's still a small number that are finding a way to continue. Football, in particular, has been severely affected with all of Europe's major leagues now suspended for the foreseeable future. However, for those fans desperate for a football fix, there are still some leagues around the world that are playing on. The Belarusian Premier League is now the only active competition left in Europe and has seen its popularity soar as a result. The country's football federation even secured new broadcasting deals in as many as 10 countries, Reuters reports, including Russia, Israel and India. Mannequins and cardboard fans Incredibly, fans are still able to attend the matches in Belarus although attendances have been dwindling

Coranavirus: As Roma delivers care boxes its notable fans

The current Coronavirus pandemic has plunged much of the world into unprecedented and uncertain times. But acts of kindness across the globe are providing much-needed light relief as people try to adapt to the new world they're living in. That is certainly the case in Rome, where one of the Italian capital's football teams, AS Roma, has started delivering emergency care packages to its most pronounced supporters. Italy continues to be one of the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus outbreak, registering more than 86,000 cases and another 969 deaths in the past 24 hours, which brings the death toll to more than 9,000. The entire country has been placed on lockdown, leaving many elderly people isolated and vulnerable. To combat this, Roma has started

Coronavirus: When is the football league gates will be reopen?

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English football is heading towards its third weekend without games and, with no end in sight to the lockdown, the first cracks are beginning to appear in what had previously been a united front. In the "professional game", which covers the Premier League and Football League, there is now an acceptance there will be no immediate resumption. The Premier League clubs are due to meet again on 3 April, when it is almost certain the current postponement of all games until 30 April will be extended again. That will take it past the official end of the EFL league season and towards the last round of Premier League fixtures, which was supposed to be on 17 May. That would be getting very close to the

Coronavirus: Dybala and Paolo Maldini also test positive

Juventus and Argentina forward Paulo Dybala and former Italy captain Paolo Maldini have tested positive for coronavirus. In a message on his Instagram account, Dybala said he and his girlfriend both have the virus but were in good health. "Both Oriana and I have tested positive," Dybala, 26, said. "Luckily we are in perfect conditions." AC Milan technical director Maldini and his son Daniel both tested positive and a club statement said they "are well". The club added that Daniel Maldini, 18, had been training with the AC Milan first team and that he and his father, 51, had spent two weeks in self-isolation at home and would remain in quarantine "until clinically recovered". Dybala is the third Juve player to be confirmed to have the virus, following