Cristiano Ronaldo Works Hard to Win the Champions League Title for JuventusBy Menzilla | March 14, 2019
One of the best players of his age, a five-time Champions League victor, the untouched record goalscorer, Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal was clear: to take home the European crown back to Turin. And in order to achieve his mission, he gave his all in the Champions League quarterfinals.
Trailing 2-0 from the first leg in Madrid, Ronaldo drove his team to triumph by scoring every one of the three objectives in a 3-0 win against Atletico in Turin, even the memorable 86th-minute penalty.
In fact, Ronaldo was able to score 25 goals out of 33 games against the Spanish side. His triumphant strike – his eighth Champions League cap trap – started wild festivals inside Juventus Stadium, including from Ronaldo who copied the “cojones” supported by Atleti mentor, Diego Simeone.
His achievements gave Real Madrid second thoughts on why they let Ronaldo leave. But Juventus won’t give it a second thought. Not since 1996 has the team won the Champions League and after the 2015 and 2017 finals, Ronaldo only focused on one goal: to win the title.
He continued to prove himself by being the leading scorer of 121 out of 159 games all throughout the season. And with Ronaldo in Juventus, the team’s shared price went up by 24% which is equivalent to €1.58.
Now that everyone can see the determination of Ronaldo, everybody sure is anticipating on his next move. Will Ronaldo finally make Juventus’ dream come true?