The strike against Ferencvarosi this morning helped the Portuguese legend level Lionel Messi’s record for goals scored at home in the Champions League.
Early this morning, Juventus welcomed rival Ferencvarosi in the framework of the fourth match of Group G Champions League 2020/2021.
Right in the 19th minute, goalkeeper Szczesny had to go into the net to pick up the ball after a methodical attack arrangement from the guests. Although they actively pushed up the squad in the following minutes, coach Pirlo’s army still proved to be deadlocked by Ferencvarosi’s crowded defensive play.
Everything just returned to the starting line with the shine of a familiar name, Cristiano Ronaldo. 35 minutes, from Cuadrado’s pass, the Portuguese superstar has a technical phase to overcome the block of two opponent players before launching a left-footed shot from outside the box. the equalizer for Juve. In the second minute of the match, Alvaro Morata brought the decisive goal and helped the champions of Serie A win tickets to play in the eighth round.
On the day Juve officially won the right to play in the Knock-out Champions League round of 2020/2021, one match early, Cristiano Ronaldo was personally honored. Specifically, the super product that the 35-year-old striker scored this morning is the 70th time he recorded his name on the scoreboard when he played at home in Europe’s most prestigious arena, thereby leveling the achievement that Lionel Lionel Messi holds. More noteworthy as this is CR7’s first Champions League match this season when he had to miss two previous matches due to a Covid-19 positive. In addition, Ronaldo has also reached 15 consecutive seasons to score in this arena, less than the record of rival Messi 1 season.
According to statistics, Cristiano Ronaldo has a total of 131 goals after 172 Champions League appearances. The contemporary Portuguese football legend is still sitting at number 1 on the list of the greatest strikers in this playground, 13 goals behind Lionel Messi.