The Portuguese forward has proceeded with his productive goalscoring run from the finish of a year ago with in any event one objective in each game he has played so far in 2020.
Ronaldo’s last-heave punishment against AC Milan in the Coppa Italia elimination round first leg implies the 35-year-old has now scored 12 objectives in only eight games toward the beginning of the new decade.
That his goalscoring run on Thursday proceeded, in any case, was maybe a smidgen happy.
With Milan driving 1-0 and the clock moving toward the 90th moment, Juventus was granted a questionable punishment on account of VAR as ref Paolo Valeri punished Davide Calabria for handball after Ronaldo’s exertion struck him on the arm from just centimeters away.
Calabria was likewise hilariously reserved for the clear infraction, however Ronaldo committed no error from the punishment spot to guarantee the two groups come back to Turin level for the second leg in three weeks’ time.
Milan lead trainer Stefano Pioli was justifiably enraged at full-time.
“I blew up most importantly in light of the fact that there was a foul on Ibrahimovic prior in the move,” he