• Cristiano Ronaldo made history for Juventus with his latest goal
  • Ronaldo continues to break records at 35 years old
  • Ronaldo is still rooting for a 6th Ballon d'Or trophy

Cristiano Ronaldo just made history for Juventus with his latest goal.

It seems like age is just a number for Ronaldo as he continue to bag goals for Juventus this year. With the opening goal against Hellas Verona, the 35-year-old has become the first Juventus player in history to find the back of the net in 10 consecutive games.

The impressive goal didn’t only add to Ronaldo’s insane record, it also overtakes the record set by the legendary David Trezeguet, who managed the feat in nine matches on the bounce.

Ronaldo’s goal was remarkable not only for the fact that it did broke records but will also be remembered for the magnificent dribbling of “CR7.” Ronaldo picked the ball up from just inside his own half and sprinted his way to the edge of the Verona box before slotting past the goalkeeper.

Indeed, the legendary forward is approaching his twilight years in soccer. In fact, many assumed that when he moved to Turin after being used to making history in the Premier League with Manchester United and in La Liga at Real Madrid, Serie A would be more of a winding down exercise for him.

However, the Ronaldo in his 30’s proved everybody wrong. Instead of taking a step back, he displayed impeccable goalscoring for Juventus and started the new decade with a bang.

Maurizio Sarri has even admitted that his Ronaldo still has his sights set on copping his sixth Ballon d'Or trophy, Give Me Sport Reported.

There was another landmark for Cristiano Ronaldo as he scored for Juventus in their 3-0 defeat of Bayer Leverkusen
Cristiano Ronaldo AFP / Isabella BONOTTO

Just a few days ago, Ronaldo added another goal milestone under his belt and became the second fastest player to reach 50 goals in Italian soccer.

Ronaldo has now scored a total of 50 goals in just 70 games at the age of 35.

The legendary forward has surpassed the original Ronaldo, also known as “Il Fenomino,” who stands at 3rd after completing the feat in 77 games. The Brazilian legend signed for Inter Milan in 1997 for a then world-record fee and, two years later, he was celebrating his 50th goal for the club after scoring against Piacenza.

The number one spot still belongs to Andriy, The only person to better Ronaldo's tally. It took Shevchenko one fewer game than Ronaldo to break the record and completed 50 goals in just 69 games

Shevchenko reached 50 goals in his second campaign by scoring a brace against Roma on Jan. 21, 2001.