Wednesday, 13 January 2021
Cristiano Ronaldo equals Josef Bican’s world record against Sassuolo
DBasia.news – The reigning champions of Serie A for nine times in a row, Juventus are still seven points behind the leaders, AC Milan. However, Il Bianconeri has continued to pursue the top standings through their consistency of play.
The latest in week 17, Juventus won 3-1 over Sassuolo at the Allianz Stadium, Monday (11/01) am, WIB. Sassuolo had frustrated Juventus with a goalless score in the first half. Even though Sassuolo played with 10 players when Pedro Obiang was sent off.
However, it was only a matter of time before Juventus dismantled Sassuolo’s defense. Sure enough, three goals came from Danilo (50 ‘), Aaron Ramsey (82’) and Cristiano Ronaldo (90 + 2 ‘) and one consolation goal from Gregoire Defrel (58’).
Juventus maintained the momentum of victory after beating AC Milan 3-1 earlier. The victory took a ‘sacrifice’ because two Juventus players under Andrea Pirlo’s care were injured, namely Paulo Dybala and Weston McKennie.
Juventus fired 23 kicks, eight kicks on target from 56% of the ball, while Sassuolo had two shots on target and 10 attempted kicks with 44% of the ball.
Apart from Juve’s victory, Ronaldo’s goal was very special. According to records, the 35year old megastar has scored 759 goals for thr club and country in the history of football. A fantastic amount.
If previously Ronaldo passed the record for Brazilian legend, Pele (757 goals), now the former Manchester United and Real Madrid star has scored 759 goals and equaled Josef Bican’s world record.
The Slavic Prague legend scored 759 goals for both country and club in football history. The season is still ahead and it is only a matter of time before Ronaldo scores the next goals, making his name in the world history books.
The composition of Players:
Juventus (4-4-2): Wojciech Szczesny; Danilo, Leonardo Bonucci, Merih Demiral, Gianluca Frabotta; Federico Chiesa (Alvaro Morata 86 ‘), Rodrigo Bentancur (Adrien Rabiot 46’), Arthur, Weston McKennie (Aaron Ramsey 19 ‘- Federico Bernardeschi 86’); Paulo Dybala (Dejan Kulusevski 42 ‘), Cristiano Ronaldo
Sassuolo (4-2-3-1): Andrea Consigli; Mert Muldur (Oddei 72 ‘), Vlad Chiriches (Kaan Ayhan 86), Gian Marco Ferrari, Giorgos Kyriakopoulos; Pedro Obiang, Manuel Locatelli; Gregoire Defrel (Jeremie Boga 68), Filip Djuricic (Jeremy Toljan 46), Hamed Junior Traore; Francesco Caputo (Maxime Lopez 46 ‘)
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