– Cristiano Ronaldo hits brace as Juventus vs Udinese game ended in 3-1 victory for Old Lady
– Leonardo Bonucci was also on target for Juventus as Udinese got a consolation goal through Ignacio Pussetto
– The Portuguese superstar is now the first football player to hit double figures in 15 consecutive seasons Cristiano Ronaldo has become the only player in Europe’s top five leagues to hit double digits for 15 consecutive seasons following his first-half double for Juventus against Udinese.
Old Lady came into the game head-high on Sunday evening, December 15, with Ronaldo leading the attack-line in another show of formidable partnership with Paulo Dybala.
The Portuguese star proved his predatory prowess as he gave Juventus the early lead in just nine minutes into the first half.
The two goals meant Ronaldo has now scored a total of 220 club goals since turning 30, and he has scored 9th league goals in 13 appearances this season. Collectively he has scored 11 goals in all competitions for Juventus in 19th appearances.
The Portuguese superstar recorded his first double digits since coming into the limelight in the 2005-06 season. He then moved on to score his highest goal tally in the 2014-15 season with 61 goals. Meanwhile, Leonardo Bonucci was also on target for Juventus as Udinese got a consolation goal through Ignacio Pussetto.