Portuguese striker, Cristiano Ronaldo has added another accolade to his history book as he has emerged the first player to finish the season as top scorer in three major leagues — England, Spain, and Italy.
The Juventus player scored 29 goals this campaign, five more than second-placed Belgian Romelu Lukaku for champions Inter Milan.
It would be recalled that the 36-year-old was top scorer in England with Manchester United in 2008, and three times in Spain with Real Madird, 2011, 2014 and 2015.
But in Juventus, it is the first time in three seasons the former five-time Ballon d’Or winner has scored the most goals.
Recall that Ronaldo scored 21 goals in his first season after joining in 2018 and 31 last campaign when he finished behind Lazio’s Ciro Immobile’s 36.
In all competitions, he has now scored 101 goals for Juventus.