Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo lifted his team in the grand finale of Serie A 2019 against Fiorentina with the margin of 2-1 on Sunday which leads the Italian squad to clinch their second title of the season after winning Supercoppa tournament. With this win, the five-time Ballon d’Or winner became the first-ever player in the history of football who has registered three exceptional titles of Premier League, La Liga, and Serie A on his name. In Serie A 2019, CR7 scored total 19 goals and became the fourth footballer who scored the highest number of goals in Serie A. The victory over Fiorentina squad leads the Juventus squad to win their eighth straight title of Serie A.
The winning goal of Italians finally bagged in the second half when Fiorentina’s defender German Pezzella made the biggest blunder which costs his side an almost winning match. He diverted Ronaldo’s cross into his own net which clearly sealed the game. The opener for the team came into Juventus’ account when star footballer Alex Sandro flicked the header straight to the box in the 37th minute.
The 34-year-old expressed his feelings after winning the rip-roaring game by saying, “it was a year of adaptation and it was a very good one. I feel happiness and joy because this team deserved to win the title because we were the best team this season”. He also added, “you can’t always win, we tried everything we could but only one team can win the Champions League”.
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Earlier, Ronaldo had won the Premier League thrice when he was playing for Manchester United. The Red Devils scripted the win on their names in 2006-07, 2007-08 and 2008-09. He won the La Liga title in two following seasons 2011-12 and 2016-17 during his brilliant stint in former team Real Madrid.