How many goals has Cristiano Ronaldo scored for Juventus? If you’ve been following his career, you know that he’s scored 320 goals. But what about the rest of Juventus’s season? Here’s a quick rundown. Ronaldo’s Juventus goals include:
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 320 goals
With a four-goal performance in the Serie A opener against Porto, Cristiano Ronaldo became the fastest player in the history of the club to reach the hundred-goal mark. The victory over Porto also marked a significant milestone for the Portuguese striker, who becomes the first player to reach that milestone in three different leagues. In addition to the 320 goals he has scored in Juventus, he has also won the coveted Coppa Italia in 2021. Cristiano Ronaldo also became the first player to finish as the top scorer in the Serie A, Premier League and La Liga. However, a disappointing start to the Serie A campaign has led to a few questions about his fitness.
A month after signing for Juventus for EUR100 million, Cristiano Ronaldo has now played 320 minutes for the Italian club. The Portuguese striker left Real Madrid in the summer, after nine years. Despite coming to Italy as a prolific goalscorer, the Portuguese international has remained patient, and has scored in his fourth Serie A match. And after a lacklustre start, Ronaldo has now scored four goals in four matches.
The Portuguese striker has remained in Serie A despite his controversial actions. After being subbed for an elbow on Di Francesco in front of the referee and spitting in his opponent’s face, Diego Costa will be facing a lot of criticism. Nevertheless, Juventus have achieved a remarkable feat. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 320 goals for Juventus in just 320 minutes, and he has done so with 28 attempts.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 10 goals in Juventus
Juventus’ top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo has reached a milestone: he has reached 10 goals in the league, which is his best number since joining the club in 2012. The former Manchester United man has not played for Juventus since May, when he scored from the rebound of Samir Handanovic’s penalty save. This hat trick equals the record set by Rui Costa in 1948. It is also the first time that a Portuguese player has achieved such a feat in the league.
The greatest goal Cristiano Ronaldo has scored for Juventus came against Manchester United in 2009. It was a free-kick that gave David De Gea no chance as it rose over the wall and smashed into the top corner. The goal was a testament to Ronaldo’s natural scoring instinct and his athleticism. The goal was so dramatic that it made social media explode with wonder. The Juventus team worked the ball out to the left and Alex Sandro delivered it into the back post.
The Portuguese international is now level with Krzysztof Piatek on nine goals. Ronaldo is also tied with Piatek for most career goals in Serie A. Against Arsenal, he scored two goals, making it 11 goals in 12 games. With such a prolific scoring rate, it is no wonder that Juventus are chasing the title. The Portuguese is currently second in the table, nine points behind Juventus.
Although it is hard to believe, it is possible that the Portuguese superstar can still be considered one of the best players in the world. Juuso Kilpelainen, a former Juventus player, also said that Cristiano Ronaldo would win the Champions League five times. Despite his current form, he has questioned his future with Real Madrid. This is an incredibly rare achievement and a fantastic achievement.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 16 goals in Juventus
Cristiano Ronaldo’s sixteen goals in the last two seasons have given the club a golden chance of winning a seventh straight Scudetto. The team has also won three Champions Leagues with Real Madrid, a stretch that hasn’t been surpassed since 1996. Juventus signed Ronaldo to help the club win Europe’s top prize. Juventus reached the quarterfinal of the Champions League but lost to Ajax.
The Portuguese forward has scored 16 goals in his last 19 games in Serie A, one more than last season when he scored 21. However, his goal tally is still far from the record set by Ciro Immobile in the same competition last season, who hit 23 goals for Lazio. However, the current Juventus forward is still on a mission and will be eager to produce another goal against Lyon. Juventus are still in the hunt for a treble, and Ronaldo’s heroics will be vital to ensuring that it happens.
Earlier in the season, Cristiano Ronaldo had opened the scoring in the 63rd minute, and a header at the last minute gave Juve the 2-0 victory over Napoli. The goal gave Andrea Pirlo his first piece of silverware as Juventus manager. Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored 16 goals in Juventus in just 16 league games this season, making him the fastest player in Serie A to reach this milestone.
After scoring four goals in two Serie A games, Ronaldo has now scored six goals in seven straight matches. This is a record which no player has reached in the last two seasons. The Portuguese also holds the record for scoring 15 goals in a single season in the top five European leagues. At Juventus, his latest Serie A haul equals the total of six goals Ronaldo scored for Real Madrid in 2005.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored seven goals in Juventus’s six Champions League knockout games
Since the season began, Ronaldo has scored seven goals in Juventus’ six knockout games, bringing his total to 18 in 77 knockout games. In one of those games, he scored a hat-trick and was directly involved in another. Manchester United teammate Rio Ferdinand labelled him a living football god. A few weeks ago, Ronaldo was inducted into the club’s hall of fame.
The Portugal international has scored seven goals in Juventus’s last six Champions League knockout games. The Portuguese forward started the season with a hat-trick against Galatasaray on matchday one. After that, he scored braces against Juventus and Copenhagen. He also scored in the last two games against Atletico Madrid, which they lost 2-0. The hat-trick meant Juventus progressed to the last eight with a 3-2 aggregate score.
Cristiano Ronaldo has now scored 105 goals in the Champions League. The Portugal international is the first player to score in three different finals. Cristiano’s first half goal was Real Madrid’s 500th goal in the competition. However, his side’s momentum had already started to wane as a result of the goal. In the following game against Atletico Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo scored an overhead strike to draw Juventus level.
In his previous two knockout games for Juventus, the Portuguese superstar was rested. But he had already scored 10 goals in the knockout stage of the competition in 2016-17. Despite the injury, Juventus have continued to play Ronaldo sparingly. In the past two seasons, Juventus have rested the Portuguese international in at least 10 La Liga matches and he has not played in any of their six Copa del Rey games. Cristiano Ronaldo has scored seven goals in Juventus’s last six knockout games, but his teammates have not.
Cristiano Ronaldo has scored 50 goals in Serie A
The Portuguese forward has reached a milestone that few other players can match: scoring 50 goals in a single Serie A season for Juventus. Cristiano Ronaldo reached this milestone in his 70th match for Juventus in February. The goal came in the 51st minute after a hand blocked a shot by Andriy Shevchenko. Ronaldo’s strike broke the previous record, which was set by Andriy Shevchenko, who scored 50 in 69 games.
Although his Serie A goal total does not include his goals in La Liga or Spain, he’s on the way to tying Borel’s record for the most goals in a single season. After scoring 50 goals in La Liga, Cristiano Ronaldo’s tally in Serie A is only one goal short of the Argentine’s record. In addition to that, no player has ever scored 50 goals in the top division in England or Spain, with Edin Dzeko being the first to reach the milestone in Germany.
The France playmaker also broke the record set by Ezio Pascutti, who had held the league’s goal scoring record for ten straight games in 1962 and 1963. But it took him three seasons to reach 50 goals in Serie A for Juventus. In his final season, he scored a penalty against Cesana. That was his last goal in Serie A. He finished his career with 125 goals in Italy.
Despite his recent success, the Portuguese international has only lost two games in the Italian league this season. During his time with the Spanish club, he won every major domestic honour and four Champions League titles. After spending six years at Manchester United, he won the Ballon d’Or trophy in 2008. With the 50 goals in Serie A for Juventus, he is on course to beat Robert Lewandowski in the race for the Europea Golden Boot.